Scottish 2nd Level Bitesize

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1.

A triangle with three equal sides is called ...

an equilateral triangle

an isosceles triangles

a scalene triangle

2.

A triangle with two equal angles is called

an isosceles triangle

3.

Which of these shapes has no lines of symmetry?

Square

Rectangle

Scalene triangle

4.

I have four equal sides and four right angles. What am I?

Rhombus

5.

I have two pairs of equal sides. My opposite sides are parallel. I have no right angles. What am I?

Kite

Parallelogram

6.

The distance halfway across a circle is called

the circumference

the radius

the diameter

7.

A rectangle has sides of 6 cm and 2 cm. What is its perimeter?

12 cm

16 cm

24 cm

8.

A 2D shape with 6 sides is called

a quadrilateral

a pentagon

a hexagon

9.

How many vertices does a square-based pyramid have?

8

6

5

10.

A square has sides of 5 cm. What is its area?

25 square cm

20 square cm

10 square cm