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5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
 (1) obtuse triangle (one obtuse angle  greater than 90 degrees) and (2) scalene triangle (no sides equal)
 octagon
 (1) right triangle (one 90 degree angle) and
(2) isosceles triangle (the right side and bottom appear to be congruent)  nonagon
 quadrilateral, parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus
 a
What is the shape of this window?  b
What is the name of the shape in the middle?  c
Name this triangle 2 ways using (1) an angle classification and (2) a side classification.  d
Name this triangle 2 ways using (1) an angle classification and (2) a side classification.  e
Name the shape of the outside of this design in 5 ways.
5 Multiple choice questions
 The "math" word for a "flip" is _____________________.
What kind of angle is formed by the corner of this picture?
What kind of motion geometry is represented?
What kind of motion geometry is represented?
How many "geometric planes" does this cube have? (NOTE: A true geometric plane is a flat surface that is infinitely large and with zero thickness. But we can use this cube to visualize what parallel and perpendicular planes look like.)
5 True/False questions

The Pentagon →
What is the name of this famous building located in Virginia near Washington, DC? 
heptagons →
What is the shape of these coins? 
(1) equilateral triangle (it appears that all sides and all angles are congruent) and (2) all angles are acute →
Name this triangle 2 ways using (1) an angle classification and (2) a side classification. 
hexagons →
What is the shape of these coins? 
acute angle →
What kind of angle is formed by the hour hand and the minute hand?