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Lesson 13 1 Skills Practice page 5 Name Date Sort the given polygons into the appropriate categories B C D H J K A E F G 7 Regular polygons C F H and K Irregular polygons A B D E G and J

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Lesson 13 1 Skills Practice page 2,Write the term that best completes each statement. 26 When you a geometric figure the figure is created with the use of tools. such as a ruler a straightedge a compass or a protractor. 27 A n is a tool used to create arcs or circles, 28 In a quadrilateral are sides that do not share a common endpoint. 29 A n is a ruler with no numbers, 30 When you a geometric figure the figure is created using only a compass. and a straightedge, 31 A n can be used to approximate the measure of an angle. 32 In a polygon are sides that share a common endpoint. 33 When you a geometric figure the figure is created without the use of. 2011 Carnegie Learning,720 Chapter 13 Skills Practice.

Lesson 13 1 Skills Practice page 3,Problem Set,Name each polygon and list its sides and angles. Sample answer R B,Name of Polygon quadrilateral MTFD. Sides MT TF FD and DM,Name of Polygon,Angles M or DMT T or MTF. F or TFD and D or FDM,2011 Carnegie Learning,Name of Polygon. Name of Polygon,Chapter 13 Skills Practice 721,Lesson 13 1 Skills Practice page 4.

5 P 6 W T X M,Name of Polygon,Name of Polygon,2011 Carnegie Learning. 722 Chapter 13 Skills Practice,Lesson 13 1 Skills Practice page 5. Sort the given polygons into the appropriate categories. 7 Regular polygons C F H and K,Irregular polygons A B D E G and J. 8 Polygons with at least one right angle,Polygons with no right angles. 9 Polygons with at least one pair of congruent sides. Polygons with no congruent sides,10 Polygons with at least one obtuse angle.

Polygons with no obtuse angles,2011 Carnegie Learning. 11 Polygons with at least one pair of opposite sides parallel. Polygons with no opposite sides parallel,12 Polygons with at least one acute angle. Polygons with no acute angles,Chapter 13 Skills Practice 723. 2011 Carnegie Learning,724 Chapter 13 Skills Practice. Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice,Weaving a Rug,Area and Perimeter of Rectangles and Squares.

Problem Set, Calculate the perimeter of each given rectangle Each square on the grid represents a square that. is 1 foot long and 1 foot wide,Perimeter 5 2 12 1 2 8. 5 24 1 16 5 40 feet,2011 Carnegie Learning,Chapter 13 Skills Practice 725. Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice page 2,Calculate the perimeter of each given rectangle. P 5 2 5 1 2 3 5 10 1 6 5 16 in,2011 Carnegie Learning.

726 Chapter 13 Skills Practice,Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice page 3. 11 4 5 ft 12 9 5 m, Calculate the area of each given rectangle Each grid square is 1 foot long and 1 foot wide. Area 5 6 13 5 78 square feet,2011 Carnegie Learning. Chapter 13 Skills Practice 727,Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice page 4. Calculate the area of each given rectangle,A 5 11 3 5 33 cm 2.

2011 Carnegie Learning,728 Chapter 13 Skills Practice. Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice page 5,23 14 ft 24 12 in. In each rectangle the length width or area is unknown Calculate the value of the unknown measure. Area 12 ft2 Area 35 ft2,Length 4 ft Length 7 ft,The width is 3 feet. 2011 Carnegie Learning,2 yd 13 yd,Chapter 13 Skills Practice 729. Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice page 6,Area 65 m2 Width 5 m.

Area 30 in 2 Width 4 in, Calculate the missing measures using the given measure for each square. 31 Side length 6 feet 32 Side length 18 centimeters. Area 36 square feet Area,Perimeter 24 feet Perimeter. 33 Side length 34 Side length,Area 16 square inches Area. Perimeter Perimeter 36 meters,35 Side Length 5 5 inches 36 Side Length. Area Area 400 square meters,Perimeter Perimeter, Calculate the perimeter and area of a rectangle or square whose dimensions are double.

2011 Carnegie Learning,the dimensions of each given rectangle or square. 37 A rectangle with a perimeter of 14 meters and an area of 10 square meters. The rectangle whose dimensions are doubled will have the following perimeter and area. Perimeter 5 2 14,5 28 meters,Area 5 4 10,5 40 square meters. 730 Chapter 13 Skills Practice,Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice page 7. 38 A rectangle with a perimeter of 30 feet and an area of 54 square feet. 39 A square with a perimeter of 60 meters and an area of 225 square meters. 40 A square with a perimeter of 14 inches and an area of 12 25 square inches. 2011 Carnegie Learning, 41 A rectangle with a perimeter of 42 meters and an area of 20 square meters. Chapter 13 Skills Practice 731,Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice page 8.

42 A square with a perimeter of 72 feet and an area of 324 square feet. Calculate the area of each composite figure,43 8m 44 11 ft. A 5 24 8 1 8 8,5 192 1 64,45 5 in 46 8 ft,14 in 14 in. 10 ft 18 ft,2011 Carnegie Learning,732 Chapter 13 Skills Practice. Lesson 13 2 Skills Practice page 9,47 5m 48 7m 7m,49 20 ft 50 6m. 6 ft 3 5 m 3 5 m,7 ft 7 ft 8m,2011 Carnegie Learning.

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