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Geometry

Geometry Warmups

Geometric Misconceptions Warmup

         

Rectangular pieces of square A are removed to obtain shape B. (They both still have the same overall height and width.) Which shape has the greater perimeter? (Note: All angles are right angles.)

Which angle measure is bigger?

When using the standard formula to find the area of this triangle, \(A = \frac{1}{2} bh\), which two side lengths should be used for the base and the height?

Which statement is the converse of this statement: "If a quadrilateral is a square, then it is a rectangle"?

NOTE: While it might be, the converse of a statement is not necessarily true!

True or False?

A line can have a midpoint.

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