# Quadrilaterals Test

### Set 1

#### Choose the best answer.

**1.** The sides of Mary’s chalkboard consecutively measure 9 feet, 5 feet, 9 feet and 5 feet. Without any other information, you can determine that Mary’s chalkboard is a

**2.** Four line segments connected end-to-end will always form

**3.** A square whose vertices are the midpoints of another square is

**4.** The sides of a square measure 2.5 feet each. If three squares fit perfectly side-by-side in one rectangle, what are the minimum dimensions of the rectangle?

**5.** A rhombus, a rectangle, and an isosceles trapezoid all have

**6.** A figure with four sides and four congruent angles could be a

**7.** A figure with four sides and perpendicular diagonals could be a

**8.** A figure with four sides and diagonals that bisect each angle could be a

**9.** A figure with four sides and diagonals that bisect each other could NOT be a

### Set 2

#### Choose the best answer.

**10.** If an angle in a rhombus measures 21°, then the other three angles consecutively measure

**11.** In an isosceles trapezoid, the angle opposite an angle that measures 62° measures

**12.** In rectangle WXYZ, WXZ and XZY

**13.** In square ABCD, ABD

**14.** In parallelogram KLMN, if diagonal KM measures 30 inches, then