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# Mrs Hester Match

### 3rd Grade Geometry Terms

Question | Answer |
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Pick the word that names a part of a line that has one endpoint. | Ray |

Which word describes what is created when two rays share the same endpoint? | Angle |

Which describes the type of angle that measures exactly 90 degrees? | Right |

What kind of angle measures more than 90 degrees? | Obtuse |

What are the types of lines that cross each other called? | Intersecting lines |

Pick the word that describes lines that never touch and are always equally distant at all points from each other? | Parallel |

What are angles that measure less than 90 degrees called? | Acute |

Which term describes two figures that are the same size and shape? | Congruent |

What term describes two intersecting lines that create right angles? | Perpendicular |

What is a plane figure that has only three angles called? | Triangle |

What is the solid that identifies a ball? | Sphere |

What is the name for a figure with four sides? | Quadrilateral |

What is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides called? | Parallelogram |

Which term is described as a polygon with five sides? | Pentagon |

What is a polygon with six sides called? | Hexagon |

What is a polygon with eight sides called? | Octagon |

What is the name of a straight path of points that never ends? | Line |

What is the name of a quadrilateral figure that has one pair of parallel sides? | Trapezoid |

Which describes the measurement of an acute angle? | Less than 90 degrees |

Which describes the measurement of an obtuse angle? | More than 90 degrees |

How many sides does a pentagon have? | 5 |

How many sides does a quadrilateral have? | 4 |

How many sides does a triangle have? | 3 |

How many sides does a hexagon have? | 6 |

How many sides does a octagon have? | 8 |

which term describes an object or shape that is the same on both sides? | Symmetrical |

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