Geometry, NAPL4CA15
Geometry, NAPK4CA17
Geometry, NAPF4CA27 SA
Geometry, NAPA4NC32 SA
Geometry, NAPA4NC09
Geometry, NAPA4NC03
Geometry, NAPB4NC23 SA
Geometry, NAPA4CA20
Geometry, NAPA4CA16
Geometry, NAPA4CA13
Geometry, NAPB4NC21 SA
Geometry, NAPB4CA27 SA
Geometry, NAPB4CA18 SA
Geometry, NAPB4CA20
Which of these are always equal in length?

the diagonals of a rhombus 

the diagonals of a parallelogram 

the opposite sides of a parallelogram 

the opposite sides of a trapezium 
Geometry, NAPB4CA14
Geometry, NAPJ4CA15 SA
Geometry, NAPC4CA31 SA
Geometry, NAPC4CA23 SA
Geometry, NAPD4CA32
Geometry, NAPD4CA19
Geometry, NAPB3NC32 SA
Geometry, NAPD4NC29 SA
Geometry, NAPD4NC22
Which one of the following triangles is impossible to draw?

a right angled triangle with two acute angles 

an isosceles triangle with one right angle 

a scalene triangle with three acute angles 

a right angled triangle with one obtuse angle 
Geometry, NAPC4NC27
Eloise is taking a ride on a ferris wheel.
It takes her 5 minutes to complete a full lap.
What angle does the Ferris wheel turn through in 75 seconds?
° 
Geometry, NAPC4NC13
A closed shape has two pairs of equal adjacent sides.
What is the shape?
`text(rectangle)`  `text(trapezium)`  `text(kite)`  `text(triangle)` 




Geometry, NAPE4CA21
A triangle has two acute angles.
What type of angle couldn't the third angle be?

an acute angle 

an obtuse angle 

a rightangle 

a reflex angle 
Geometry, NAPE4NC32 SA
Geometry, NAPE4NC30 SA
Geometry, NAPE4NC20
Geometry, NAPF4CA11
Geometry, NAPF4NC16
Geometry, NAPF4NC13
Which of the following triangle types is impossible to draw?

a rightangled, isosceles triangle 

an acuteangled, isosceles triangle 

an obtuseangled, scalene triangle 

a rightangled, equilateral triangle 
Geometry, NAPG4NC23
Geometry, NAPG4NC20
Geometry, NAPG4NC18
Geometry, NAPG4CA28
Geometry, NAPH4NC22
Geometry, NAPG4CA12
Geometry, NAPG4CA08
Geometry, NAPH4NC12
Geometry, NAPH4CA30 SA
Geometry, NAPH4CA26
Which statement is always true?

Scalene triangles have two angles that are equal. 

All angles in a parallelogram are equal. 

The opposite sides of a trapezium are equal in length. 

The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular to each other. 