Back in high school, you probably had to take at least one geography class. Whether you passed or failed, it's time to find out how much basic geometry knowledge you have today! Can you pass a very basic geometry quiz with ease? Hit start to begin.

## Question 1/10

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What makes a polygon?

The number of sides

The degree of angles

The area of the shape

## Question 2/10

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What is a vertex?

The line segments between two points on a curve.

The intersection point of two sides of a plane figure.

The radius of a circle.

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How many degrees is a right angle?

30 degrees

60 degrees

90 degrees

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An angle that measures less than 90 degrees is a(n) _______ angle.

Obtuse

Acute

Right

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A triangle where all three sides are a different length is known as a ______ triangle.

Scalene

Isosceles

Equilateral

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A triangle with two equal length sides (and two equal internal angles) is a ______ triangle.

Scalene

Isosceles

Equilateral

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The distance around a circle is known as the what?

Perimeter

Circumference

Radius

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A line segment joining two points on a curve is known as a...

Vertex

Arc

Cord

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A triangle with all three sides of equal length is known as a ______ triangle.

Right

Scalene

Equilateral

## Question 10/10

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Line segments that never intersect are known as ________.

Perpendicular lines

Parallel lines

Paradigms

## C+, Geometry Basic

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While you do have an understanding of some basic geometry terms, you might need to brush up on your basics! Fear not, most adults don't remember the first thing about geometry. What matters most is that you gave this quiz your all!!

## B+, Geometry Ace

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You're a total geometry ace. Sure, you may have forgotten a term or two, but for the most part you have a strong handle on basic geometry. Unlike most adults, you see just how important geometry is in everyday life. Go you!

## A+, Geometry Expert

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Forget basic geometry, we get the feeling that you're way above the information on this quiz! These basics were so simple to you, it's like we asked you to add one plus one. You're a total geometry expert who knows your way around a triangle. Go you!

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1

What makes a polygon?

The number of sides

The degree of angles

The area of the shape

2

What is a vertex?

The line segments between two points on a curve.

The intersection point of two sides of a plane figure.

The radius of a circle.

3

How many degrees is a right angle?

30 degrees

60 degrees

90 degrees

4

An angle that measures less than 90 degrees is a(n) _______ angle.

Obtuse

Acute

Right

5

A triangle where all three sides are a different length is known as a ______ triangle.

Scalene

Isosceles

Equilateral

6

A triangle with two equal length sides (and two equal internal angles) is a ______ triangle.

Scalene

Isosceles

Equilateral

7

The distance around a circle is known as the what?

Perimeter

Circumference

Radius

8

A line segment joining two points on a curve is known as a...

Vertex

Arc

Cord

9

A triangle with all three sides of equal length is known as a ______ triangle.

Right

Scalene

Equilateral

10

Line segments that never intersect are known as ________.

Perpendicular lines

Parallel lines

Paradigms