Parallelogram with corrected 3rd grade math exercises is always a way that helps you progress further. The student should be able to construct a parallelogram using geometry equipment (ruler, square, compass and protractor) but also use the different properties concerning the length of opposite sides, parallelism, the measure of opposite angles and the intersection of diagonals. In geometry, seventh graders often study the properties of these figures, as well as methods for drawing and measuring them. They also learn how to use these figures to solve math problems.
Knowing all of these properties by heart is essential in order to be able to perform geometry demonstrations or conduct scientific reasoning.
The correction of these exercises allows the student to identify his various errors in order to fill in his gaps and to progress throughout the school year on the parallelogram in fifth grade.
1.Among the names proposed for the parallelogram above, name those which are correct.
PRCA ARCP CRAP RCAP ACPR APCR
What are its diagonals?
3. what is the opposite side to [PA]?
4.What are the consecutive sides at [PC]?
5. What is the opposite angle to ?
6. What are the consecutive angles at ?
The figure below is drawn freehand.
1.complete the gray labels knowing that blue is a parallelogram.
What is the measure of the angle ?
What is the length of [BU]?
Consider the parallelogram TUVW.
What is the length of [TW]? Justify.
After drawing a freehand figure, construct a full-scale figure:
1.a parallelogram GREEN such that VT = 5 cm; and VE = 4 cm.
2.a parallelogram BLUE with center I such that BL = 6 cm, UI = 3 cm and IE = 4 cm.
PQRS is a parallelogram of center T.
1. what is the length of the segment [TP]? Justify.
What other measurements of lengths or angles can be determined? Justify.
3. can we determine the length of [SP]?
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