Question 1:
What does the word "geometry" mean?




Question 2:
What do we call a triangle that has three unequal sides?




Question 3:
The Law of Pythagoras can always be used to find the length of the hypotenuse of an isosceles triangle.




Question 4:
What is a curve?




Question 5:
Hexagon ABCDEF has six equal sides and six equal angles. How many degrees is each angle?




Question 6:
You have a string that is 120 inches. You must use this to enclose a shape of maximum area. What shape should you form?




Question 7:
If we add up all the interior angles of a quadrilateral, what sum do we get?




Question 8:
Two angles of a triangle are 4 degrees and 56 degrees, respectively. How large is the third angle?




Question 9:
If we are using regular square graph papers, what do we call the point where the xaxis meets the yaxis?




Question 10:
The parallel sides of a trapezoid are 5 inches and 11 inches long. The height of the trapezoid is 4 inches. What is the area of the trapezoid?




Question 11:
What do we call an angle of less than 90 degrees?




Question 12:
What was the name of the first geometry textbook which was written by the ancient Greek Euclid?





