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In the world of Math, quadrilaterals are two dimensional shapes that have four sides and four angles. There are different kinds of quadrilaterals, each with different properties.

Try our quiz and test your knowledge on quadrilaterals.

1.

The interior angles of a quadrilateral add up to how many degrees?

90

180

360

720

2.

A scalene quadrilateral has no sides which are .......

curved

parallel

equal

smooth

3.

Which of these shapes is NOT a quadrilateral?

Circle

Rectangle

Rhombus

Square

A circle does not have four sides

4.

How does a rhombus differ from a parallelogram?

All sides are equal in length

Opposite angles are equal

Opposite sides are parallel

Rotational order of symmetry is two

5.

What makes an isosceles trapezium different to an 'ordinary' trapezium?

A line of symmetry

No rotational symmetry

Non-parallel lines of equal length

One pair of parallel lines

6.

How many sides of a trapezium MUST be parallel?

2

3

4

None

7.

How many angles of a square MUST be 90 degrees?

2

3

4

None

All four sides MUST be equal too

8.

Here are four shapes. Which one is NOT a quadrilateral?

Kite

Parallelogram

Trapezium

Triangle

A triangle does not have four sides

9.

Which of the following does a parallelogram NOT have?

A line of symmetry

Four angles

Opposite angles are equal

Opposite sides which are equal in length

10.

What is a true statement about a kite?

All four sides are equal in length

Has one pair of parallel sides

Has two pairs of adjacent sides equal in length

It has no lines of symmetry

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