3rd Quarter Benchmark Packet part 3

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3rd Quarter Benchmark Packet part 3

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  1. 3rd Quarter Benchmark

    Slide 2 - 3rd Quarter Benchmark

    • Study Guide
    • Part 3
  2. 6.9 US Standard and Metric

    Slide 3 - 6.9 US Standard and Metric

    • 1) 1 inch is approximately ______ cm
    • 2) 1 quart is approximately ______ l
    • 3) 20oC is approximately ______ oF
  3. 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    Slide 4 - 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    • 1) A lighthouse beam can be seen in 500 yards in any direction. How much light does that cover?
  4. 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    Slide 5 - 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    • 2) Maeve bought Courtney a new pair of soccer cleats for her birthday. How much wrapping paper will she need to wrap a present if the box measures 12 in long, 6 in wide, and 5 in tall?
  5. 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    Slide 6 - 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    • 3) Mrs. Smith needs to replace the paper on her bulletin board. The board is 8 feet by 10 feet. How much paper does she need?
  6. 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    Slide 7 - 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    • 4) Bobby is putting a fence around a grassy part of his yard. The yard is 20 ft. by 35 ft. How much fencing will he need?
  7. 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    Slide 8 - 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    • 5) Bobby wants to build a circular sandbox for his children. The sandbox has a diameter of 6 feet. In order to keep the bugs and rain out, how big should the cover be?
  8. 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    Slide 9 - 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    • 6) Find the perimeter and area of the following triangle.
  9. 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    Slide 10 - 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    • 7) Surface area
  10. 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    Slide 11 - 6.10 Perimeter/Area/CircumferenceSurface Area/Volume

    • 7) Volume
  11. 6.12 Congruency

    Slide 12 - 6.12 Congruency

    • 1) What does congruent mean?
    • Same size and same shape
  12. 6.12 Congruency

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    • 2) Isosceles trapezoid ABCD is congruent to EFGH
    • <BAD ____
    • <F ____
    • CD ____
    • GF ____
  13. 6.12 Congruency

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    • 2) Isosceles trapezoid ABCD is congruent to EFGH
    • If the measure of <G is 110o, what is the measure of <B? ______
  14. 6.13 Quadrilaterals

    Slide 15 - 6.13 Quadrilaterals

    • 1) Define quadrilateral
    • Polygon with 4 sides and 4 angles
    • 2) What is the sum of the angle measurements in a quadrilateral?
    • 360o
  15. 6.13 Quadrilaterals

    Slide 16 - 6.13 Quadrilaterals

    • 3) A quadrilateral with a pair of opposite sides parallel and congruent can be: (circle all the correct answers)
    • Rectangle Triangle Rhombus
    • Trapezoid Square
  16. 6.13 Quadrilaterals

    Slide 17 - 6.13 Quadrilaterals

    • 4) Determine whether each statement is true or false.
    • A rectangle is a square ____
    • A parallelogram is a rhombus ____
    • A rhombus is a rectangle ____
    • A quadrilateral is a parallelogram ____
  17. 6.13 Quadrilaterals

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    • 5) Find the missing coordinate for the following parallelogram.
    • A (-2,3) B (-5,-2)
    • C (-1,-2) D (___,___)