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.



  1. True or False: Two parallel lines intersect.


  2. A triangle is a closed planar shape with

    1. 2 sides
    2. 4 sides
    3. 3 sides
    4. 5 sides



  3. A closed planar shape with 5 sides is called a

    1. pentagon
    2. hexagon
    3. square
    4. heptagon



  4. A closed planar shape with 4 sides is called a

    1. segment
    2. hexagon
    3. quadrilateral
    4. heptagon



  5. A line segment is defined by

    1. 1 point
    2. 3 points
    3. 2 points
    4. 4 points



  6. An equilateral triangle has

    1. only 2 equal sides
    2. all 3 sides equal
    3. no equal sides
    4. one right angle



  7. Which of the statements below best describes a square?

    1. A square has 4 equal sides and 4 right angles.
    2. A square has 4 equal sides.
    3. A square has 4 right angles.
    4. 2 pairs of parallel sides.



  8. Which pair of lines are parallel?

    geometry, question 8.



  9. Which of these shapes are
    1. quadrilaterals?
    2. triangles?
    3. squares?

    geometry, question 9.



  10. Which of these shapes are
    1. right triangles?
    2. rectangles?

    geometry, question 10.



  11. Which pair of lines are

    1. parallel?
    2. perpendicular?

    geometry, question 11.



  12. Find the perimeter and area of each shape.

    geometry, question 12.



  13. Find the perimeter and area of each shape.

    geometry, question 13.



  14. Which of these is an isosceles triangle?

    geometry, question 14.



  15. Which pair of triangles are congruent?

    geometry, question 15.



  16. Point O is the center of the circle below. What do you call the segments
    1. AB?
    2. CD?
    3. OD?

    geometry, question 16.



Answers to the Above Questions

  1. false
  2. C
  3. A
  4. C
  5. C
  6. B
  7. A
  8. A
    1. B,E,F
    2. A,D
    3. F
    1. B
    2. D,E
    1. (S,R)
    2. (T,S) and (T,R)
    1. A: Perimeter = 20 , Area = 25
    2. B: Perimeter = 30 , Area = 54
    3. C: Perimeter = 24 , Area = 20
    4. D: Perimeter = 18 , Area = 20
    1. A: Perimeter = 32 , Area = 48
    2. B: Perimeter = 40 , Area = 80

  9. B

  10. A and C
    1. AB: chord
    2. CD: diameter
    3. OD: radius


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Updated: 14 March 2009 (A Dendane)