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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 - 5th grade

Geometric Terms 8.1 Angles 8.2 Polygons 8.3 Troubling Triangles 8.4 Quadrilateral Quandry 8.5
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An endless set of points extending in both directions.
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An endless set of points extending in both directions.
Line
A part of a line that has two endpoints.
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A part of a line that has two endpoints.
Line Segment
Two lines in the same plane, but never crossing paths.
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Two lines in the same plane, but never crossing paths.
Parallel Lines
An exact location in space.
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An exact location in space.
Point
Two lines that intersect to form a ninety degree angle.
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Two lines that intersect to form a ninety degree angle.
Perpendicular Lines
The name of a 137 degree angle.
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The name of a 137 degree angle.
Obtuse
The name of a 12 degree angle.
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The name of a 12 degree angle.
Acute
A 180 degree angle.
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A 180 degree angle.
Straight
Instrument used to measure an angle.
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Instrument used to measure an angle.
Protractor
Part of an angle where two rays meet.
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Part of an angle where two rays meet.
Vertex
Hearts, Circles, Ovals, and Mazes are all examples of this.
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Hearts, Circles, Ovals, and Mazes are all examples of this.
Irregular Polygons
a four sided polygon
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a four sided polygon
quadrilateral
a five sided polygon
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a five sided polygon
pentagon
an six sided polygon
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an six sided polygon
hexagon
A polygon with all sides equal length is called a ________ polygon.
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A polygon with all sides equal length is called a ________ polygon.
Regular
All three angles of any triangle must add up to ______ degrees.
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All three angles of any triangle must add up to ______ degrees.
180
A triangle with one angle greater than 90 degrees.
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A triangle with one angle greater than 90 degrees.
Obtuse Triangle
A triangle whose sides are all different lengths.
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A triangle whose sides are all different lengths.
Scalene Triangle
A triangle that has all three sides equal length.
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A triangle that has all three sides equal length.
Equilateral Triangle
At least two of a triangle's angles must be ____________.
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At least two of a triangle's angles must be ____________.
Acute
The only quadrilateral that can't have four equal sides.
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The only quadrilateral that can't have four equal sides.
Trapezoid
All 4 angles of a quadrilateral must add up to __________ degrees.
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All 4 angles of a quadrilateral must add up to __________ degrees.
360
A parallelogram with all four sides equal but may or may not have right angles.
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A parallelogram with all four sides equal but may or may not have right angles.
Rhombus
A parallelogram with four right angles, opposite sides parallel, and all four sides the same length.
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A parallelogram with four right angles, opposite sides parallel, and all four sides the same length.
Square
A quadrilateral that has only one pair of parallel sides.
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A quadrilateral that has only one pair of parallel sides.
Trapezoid

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