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Instant Jeopardy Review is designed for live play with up to ten individuals or teams. Teams choose a question, then try to give the best answer. Scoring is built in for each team. You can post a link to this review game using the orange game information button below. If you are the creator of this game, you can edit the game with the red edit button. Have fun!
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Geometry Jeopardy

Oh, Polygons! Solids, Solids, and More Solids All About Angles Lines are Everywhere! Can't Have Triangles without Angles!
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This is a three sided figure.
triangle
This is a five sided figure. It is also a government building.
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This is a five sided figure. It is also a government building.
pentagon
This is a six sided figure.
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This is a six sided figure.
hexagon
This is an eight sided figure. It is also the shape of a traffic sign.
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This is an eight sided figure. It is also the shape of a traffic sign.
octagon
This is a four sided figure.
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This is a four sided figure.
quadrilateral
True or False: Solids are 3 dimensional shapes having length, height, and breadth.
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True or False: Solids are 3 dimensional shapes having length, height, and breadth.
True
A can of soup would be an example of this solid figure.
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A can of soup would be an example of this solid figure.
cylinder
This is a solid figure with two identical triangular bases.
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This is a solid figure with two identical triangular bases.
triangular prism
This is a 3 dimensional square.
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This is a 3 dimensional square.
cube
This is a 3 dimensional circle.
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This is a 3 dimensional circle.
sphere
An angle is formed when these two things meet.
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An angle is formed when these two things meet.
rays
The point where two rays meet to form an angle is called the:
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The point where two rays meet to form an angle is called the:
vertex
Angles that measure greater than 90 degrees are:
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Angles that measure greater than 90 degrees are:
obtuse angles
Angles that measure less than 90 degrees are:
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Angles that measure less than 90 degrees are:
acute angles
Angles are measured using this tool.
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Angles are measured using this tool.
protractor
Lines that intersect at right angles to each other are:
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Lines that intersect at right angles to each other are:
perpendicular
Lines that cross over one another are:
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Lines that cross over one another are:
intersecting lines
A section of a line that contains two endpoints is called a
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A section of a line that contains two endpoints is called a
line segment
A line that has one endpoint and then a continuous line is called a
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A line that has one endpoint and then a continuous line is called a
ray
True or False: A line never ends.
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True or False: A line never ends.
True
A triangle with no equal sides or angles is a
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A triangle with no equal sides or angles is a
scalene triangle
A triangle with 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles is an
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A triangle with 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles is an
equilateral triangle
This triangle has 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles.
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This triangle has 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles.
isosceles
A right triangle has one angle that is exactly how many degrees?
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A right triangle has one angle that is exactly how many degrees?
90
When added together, all of the angles in a triangle equal how many degrees?
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When added together, all of the angles in a triangle equal how many degrees?
180
Study an example of a cube. How many faces, edges, and vertices are there?
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Study an example of a cube. How many faces, edges, and vertices are there?
6 faces, 12 edges, 8 vertices




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