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# Name: _______________________________________ Test #6 - Quadrilaterals

## Geometry [Common Core] Regents & Honors Review Sheet

Part 1: Multiple Choice Practice – Answer the following questions below based on your knowledge
of geometry.

## 1. Which statement about a figure ABCD would always be true?

(1) If ABCD is a rectangle, then it must be a square
(2) If ABCD is a parallelogram, then it must be a trapezoid
(3) If ABCD is a parallelogram, then it must be a quadrilateral
(4) If ABCD is a quadrilateral, then it must be a parallelogram

## 2. Which statement is always true?

(1) The diagonals of a parallelogram are perpendicular
(2) The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other
(3) The diagonals of a parallelogram are congruent
(4) The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect the angles of a parallelogram

## 3. Which statement is always true about a parallelogram?

(1) Diagonals bisect the angles
(2) Diagonals are perpendicular
(4) Diagonals bisect each other

## 4. Which statement is not always true about a parallelogram?

(1) Opposite sides are congruent
(2) Opposite sides are parallel
(3) Opposite angles are congruent
(4) Diagonals are congruent
5. A parallelogram must be a rhombus if the
(1) diagonals are congruent
(2) diagonals are perpendicular
(3) opposite sides are congruent
(4) opposite angles are congruent

6. If the diagonals of a quadrilaterals are perpendicular and not congruent, the quadrilateral may
be
(1) An isosceles trapezoid
(2) A rectangle
(3) A square

(4) A rhombus

## 7. Which figure does not always have congruent diagonals?

(1) Rectangle
(2) Rhombus
(3) Isosceles trapezoid
(4) Square

## 8. Which quadrilateral must have congruent diagonals?

(1) Parallelogram
(2) Rectangle
(3) Trapezoid
(4) Rhombus

## 9. Which statement is always true?

(1) Squares are rectangles
(2) Rhombuses are squares
(3) Rectangles are squares
(4) Parallelograms are rectangles
10.Which statement is always true?
(1) All rhombuses are rectangles
(2) All trapezoids are parallelograms
(3) All parallelograms are rectangles
(4) All squares are rhombuses

11. In the accompanying diagram of parallelogram ABCD, diagonals !" and #\$ intersect at E,
!% = 3( − 4, and %" = ( + 12. What is the value of x?

## (1) 8 (2) 20 (3) 16 (4) 40

Part 2: Free Response Practice – Answer the following questions below based on your knowledge
of geometry.

12. In parallelogram ABCD below, diagonals !" and \$# intersect at E. If EC=31, EB=27, and
AE=4( − 5, find the value of x.

13. In parallelogram ABCD, the measurement of ∠\$ exceeds the measure of angle A by 50° Find
the measure of angle D.
14. In the accompanying diagram, WXYZ is a parallelogram, line 34 is extended to point V,

## 54 ≅ 74, and 8∠7 = 50°. Find 8∠459.

15. In the accompanying diagram, ABCD is a parallelogram, #! ≅ #%, and 8∠\$ = 70°. Find
8∠%.

16. In isosceles trapezoid QRST shown below, <= and >? are bases. If 8∠< = 5( + 13 and
8∠? = 7( − 15, what is 8∠<?
Questions 17 through 20 refer to the following diagram, where PQRS is a trapezoid with

## 20. If 8∠< = 50°, find 8∠<=?.

21. In the accompanying diagram of rhombus ABCD, diagonal !" is drawn. If 8∠"!\$ = 35°, find
8∠!#".

## 22. Given: ABCD is a rectangle

!\$ ≅ \$"
Prove: ABCD is a square
23. Given: PROE is a rhombus

?%G, A%7
∠?A= ≅ ∠7G=

Prove: ?% ≅ %7
24. Given: ∆!\$" and ∆%#"

Prove: !\$ ∥ #%