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5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
 The probability of an event as determined by comparing the areas (or perimeters, angle measure, etc.) of the successful regions to the total area of the figure.
 A polygon and its interior.
 Any set of three integers a,b, and c that satisfy a2+b2=c2
 A quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides.
4 True/False questions

Rhombus → A plane figure whose sides are three or more coplaner segments that intersect only at their endpoints (the vertices). Consecutive sides cannot be collinear, and no more than two sides can meet at any one vertex.

Polygon → A plane figure whose sides are three or more coplaner segments that intersect only at their endpoints (the vertices). Consecutive sides cannot be collinear, and no more than two sides can meet at any one vertex.

Rectangle → A quadrilateral with four right angles.

Square → The number of square units contained in a plane region.