Details for problem "A square is also a rectangle"
Suitable for grades: Grade 5, Grade 6
Identify correct statements for 2d geometric shapes
A series of statements is made in the form of "Every square is a rectangle" or "Every triangle is a circle". For every statement, it has to be determined whether it is true or not.
Possible shapes are:
For every shape a selection can be made whether it may occur.
For the question, it can be chosen that only one statement in every series of statements will be true, or that more than one may be true. In the latter case, the number of correct statements can be provided or not. This is selectable.
The number of problems is selectable, too.
Topics: Geometry, Puzzles
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Customization options for this problem
Number of problems
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
no, rectangle, square, square,rectangle
no, ellipse, circle, circle,ellipse
no, parallelogram, rhombus, parallelogram,rhombus
single correct answer, multiple correct answers, mult correct ans with #
identify two-dimensional geometric shape
Name the two dimensional flat geometric shape shown
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