Grade 4 Geometry Questions and Problems With Answers
Grade 4 geometry questions and problems with answers are presented. There are 1 "true/false" question, 6 multiple choice questions and more other types of questions. Also Solutions and explanations are included.

True or False: Two parallel lines intersect.

A triangle is a closed planar shape with
 2 sides
 4 sides
 3 sides

5 sides

A closed planar shape with 5 sides is called a
 pentagon
 hexagon
 square

heptagon

A closed planar shape with 4 sides is called a
 segment
 hexagon
 quadrilateral

heptagon

A line segment is defined by
 1 point
 3 points
 2 points

4 points

An equilateral triangle has
 only 2 equal sides
 all 3 sides equal
 no equal sides

one right angle

Which of the statements below best describes a square?
 A square has 4 equal sides and 4 right angles.
 A square has 4 equal sides.
 A square has 4 right angles.

2 pairs of parallel sides.

Which pair of lines are parallel?
.

Which of these shapes are
 quadrilaterals?
 triangles?

squares?
.

Which of these shapes are
 right triangles?

rectangles?
.

Which pair of lines are
 parallel?

perpendicular?
.

Find the perimeter and area of each shape.
.

Find the perimeter and area of each shape.
.

Which of these is an isosceles triangle?
.

Which pair of triangles are congruent?
.

Point O is the center of the circle below. What do you call the segments
 AB?
 CD?

OD?
.
Answers to the Above Questions
 false
 C
 A
 C
 C
 B
 A
 A

 B,E,F
 A,D
 F

 B
 D,E

 (S,R)
 (T,S) and (T,R)

 A: Perimeter = 20 , Area = 25
 B: Perimeter = 30 , Area = 54
 C: Perimeter = 24 , Area = 20
 D: Perimeter = 18 , Area = 20

 A: Perimeter = 32 , Area = 48
 B: Perimeter = 40 , Area = 80
 B
 A and C

 AB: chord
 CD: diameter
 OD: radius
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Updated: 14 March 2009 (A Dendane)

