TOPIC 16 STUDY GUIDE LINES, ANGLES AND SHAPES

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1 Name: Teacher: TOPIC 16 STUDY GUIDE LINES, ANGLES AND SHAPES Study Guide Due: Test Date: Parents, 4th Graders are focusing on giving their best effort. One way to show that they are going above and beyond expectations is to complete ALL of the following suggestions. The only required task to completing the study guide. Please initial any of the assignments your child completed to help him or her prepare for the assessment. Thank you! 4th Grade Teachers HOW I CAN STUDY: Complete this study guide (required) Participate in class and ask questions if you don t understand Review the notes, work, and content in your Math Notebook, classwork, and Student Textbook pages (optional) Complete the Reteaching Review in your Student Textbook pages (optional) Complete the Study Island Assignments that correlate with this topic (Both math tabs have a geometry section-all the tests will be good practice): (optional) Utilize the Pearson Realize online resources. (optional) OBJECTIVE: I will be able to identify and describe points, lines, and planes. (Lesson 16-1) 1. Laney used drinking straws in art to form a figure that had perpendicular sides. Which could be her figure? A C B D

2 2. Which stick is parallel to stick s? S V T W OBJECTIVE: I will learn geometric terms to describe parts of lines, and types of angles. (Lesson 16-2) 3. What geometric term best describes the light that shines from a flashlight? A. Point B. Ray C. Line Segment D. Plane 4. What type of angle is A? A

3 OBJECTIVE: I will use unit angles and fractions of a circle to find angle measures. (Lesson 16-3) 5. Gisela cuts an apple pie into 8 pieces of the same size. What is the angle measure of each piece? OBJECTIVE: I will us a smaller angle to measure a larger angle by repeating the unit. (Lesson 16-4) 6. Terry is measuring an angle using pattern blocks. The smaller angle of each of the pattern blocks shown below measures 30. What is the measure of the angle shown? OBJECTIVE: I will be able to measure and draw angles. (Lesson 16-5) 7. What is the measure of the angle shown below? OBJECTIVE: I will be able to find unknown angle measures by adding and subtracting. (Lesson 16-6) 8. If the measures WZ is 33, what is the measure of ZY? W Z

4 OBJECTIVE: I will be able to identify polygons. (Lesson 16-7) 9. Which polygon has more than 5 vertices? A. Pentagon B. Quadrilateral C. Triangle D. Hexagon 10. What polygon has 5 sides? OBJECTIVE: I will be able to identify and classify triangles. (Lesson 16-8) 11. Which triangle has no equal sides? 12. Which triangle has three equal sides? 13. Which triangle has only two equal sides? OBJECTIVE: I will be able to identify quadrilaterals. (Lesson 16-9) 14. Which quadrilateral has less than 2 pairs of parallel sides? A. Square B. Parallelogram C. Trapezoid D. Rhombus Draw an example of all the shapes listed in question 13 below and label them:

5 OBJECTIVE: I will be able to determine if a plane figure has line symmetry and, if so, how many lines of symmetry it has. (Lesson 16-10) 15. Four of Mrs. Li s students decorated a bulletin board with the shapes shown below. Who made a shape with 8 lines of symmetry? OBJECTIVE: I will be able to solve geometric problems by making and testing generalizations. (Lesson 16-11) 16. Thomas chose these shapes. He said the following shapes did not belong with the ones he chose. Which is the best description of the shapes Thomas chose? A. Polygons with more than 4 sides. B. Polygons with parallel sides. C. Polygons with all sides equal. D. Polygons with a right angle.

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