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1 Kansas City Area Teachers of Mathematics 2011 KCATM Contest GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT TEST GRADE 4 INSTRUCTIONS Do not open this booklet until instructed to do so. Time limit: 15 minutes You may use calculators on this test. Use the key on your calculator or as the approximation for pi. Mark your answer on the Scantron sheet by FILLING in the oval. You may not use rulers, protractors, or other measurement devices on this test.

2 1. What is the geometric name for the entire figure shown in Figure 1. B Figure 1 A a) ray AB c) line AB b) line segment AB d) ray BA Use Figure 2 for problems #2-5. D 90 o 20 o X Figure 2 A B C 2. What type of angle is DBC? a) acute c) obtuse b) right d) straight 3. What type of angle is DBX? a) acute c) obtuse b) right d) straight 4. What is the measure of ABD? a) 60 o c) 110 o b) 20 o d) 70 o 5. What is the correct name for the straight angle? a) ABC c) CBX b) DBX d) CBD Use Figure 3 for problems What type of line segments are AB and BC in the rectangular solid shown in Figure 3? A B a) parallel c) perpendicular D C b) obtuse d) acute G Figure 3 7. Name 2 parallel lines in Figure 3? a) AB and AD c) DE and BC E F PAGE 1

3 For questions #8-10, refer to the coordinate plane shown. 8. Which point has the coordinates of (0, 2)? a) A c) C b) B d) D A E 9. Give the coordinates of point B. a) (2, 4) c) (2, 6) b) (4, 2) d) (6, 5) D C B 10. Connect points A, D, and E. What is the name of the figure? a) parallelogram c) pentagon b) line segment d) triangle For questions #11-13, refer to the circle in Figure What is the geometric term describing Point R? a) circle c) center b) diameter d) radius 12. What is the geometric term describing RS? a) circle c) radius b) diameter d) center T R Figure 4 9 cm P S 13. If RP = 9 cm, what is the measure of TS? a) 18 cm c) 4.5 cm b) 9 cm d) 27 cm 14. What is the perimeter of the square in Figure 5? 7.4 m a) 7.4 cm c) cm b) 29.6 cm d) 14.8 cm e)not given Figure 5 PAGE 2

4 15. Which statement is ALWAYS true? a) A rectangle is always a square. b) A square is always a rectangle. c) A rhombus is always a square. d) A quadrilateral is always a rectangle. 16. How many tons are in 6,000 pounds? a) 6 c) 4 b) 2 d) If a basketball player is 6 ½ feet tall, how tall is the player in inches? a) 65 inches c) 78 inches b) 75 inches d) 90 inches 18. If you drink 8 glasses of water a day and each glass is 8 oz., what part of a gallon do you drink? a) pint (1/8 gallon) c) quart (1/4 gallon) b) half a gallon d) gallon 19. How many meters would you have if you have 20,000 centimeters? a) 200 c) 20 b) 2,000 d) Which of the following is the closest to the length of a millimeter? a) length of a pencil c) thickness of a dime b) height of a soup can d) width of a door 21. Which of the following is reasonable? a) A cell phone measures 2 in. long, 1 in. wide, and 3 in. thick. b) An average 4 th grade student weighs 175 pounds. c) A summer temperature in Kansas and Missouri is 120 o F. d) A cross country runner runs more than 1 mile. 22. Which of the following is NOT reasonable? a) A full bathtub holds 5 gallons of water. b) You bake cookies at 375 o Fahrenheit for minutes. c) You walk ½ mile to school. d) The length of your shoe is about 10 inches. PAGE 3

5 23. Your have a Wii. You play a game from 9:30am to 2:00pm. How long did you play your game? a) 1 ¼ hours c) 3 ¼ hours b) 2 ¼ hours d) 4 ¼ hours 24. Your grandparents are retired and are planning an extended trip across the United States. They told you they would be gone 112 days. How many weeks is this? a) 10 weeks c) 14 weeks b) 16 weeks d) 17 weeks d) not given Use the geoboard in Figure 6 to answer questions # Figure 6 Please note: The horizontal and Vertical distance between each dot on the geoboard is 1 cm. 25. How many lines of symmetry could be drawn in the figure? a) 1 c) 3 b) 2 d) What is the perimeter of the figure? a) 6 cm c) 8 cm b) 12 cm d) 10 cm 27. What is the area of figure A? a) 4 sq. cm c) 6 sq. cm b) 5 sq. cm d) 7 sq. cm 28. What is the area of the dot region of the geoboard? a) 4 sq. cm c) 16 sq. cm b) 5 sq. cm d) 25 sq. cm PAGE 4

6 29. If 2 angles in a triangle are 63 o and 48 o, what is the measure of the third angle? a) 69 o c) 15 o b) 111 o d) 25 o 30. Find the area of Figure 7 if the distance between each vertical and horizontal line is 5 miles. 5 mi. Figure 7 5 mi. a) 40 sq. miles c) 200 sq. miles b) 150 sq. miles d) 100 sq. miles 31. What is the shape of Figure 8? a) triangular pyramid c) rectangular prism b) triangular prism d) cylinder Figure How many faces does Figure 9 have? a) 2 c) 6 b) 8 d) 12 Figure If a 90 o angle is bisected, what is the measure of the new angle? a) 30 o c) 45 o b) 60 o d) 90 o 34. The scale on a map reads: 1 inch = 50 miles. What would be the distance on the map for a 200 mile trip from Kansas City to Omaha? a) 4 inches c) 4 ½ inches b) 5 inches d) 5 ½ inches PAGE 5

7 35. What is the probability of the spinner landing on an odd number in Figure 10 with all sectors equal in size? a) 1/3 c) 1/2 2 b) 1/4 d) 1/ Figure What is the volume of the three dimensional solid in Figure 11 if the formula is V = l x w x h? a) 12 cubic units c) 47 cubic units b) 36 cubic units d) 60 cubic units Figure Which figure does NOT have rotational symmetry in Figure 12? a) a c) c b) e d) f Figure What is the 9th triangular number if the first 5 triangular numbers are shown in Figure 13? Figure 13 a) 21 c) 45 b) 55 d) 36 PAGE 6

8 39. Figure 14 shows the 7 tangram shapes. What fractional part of the total area is the triangle in shape #1? a) 1/5 c) 1/6 b) 1/3 d) 1/4 40. To the nearest whole number, how many more times does the back tire of a Big Wheel tricycle go around compared to the front tire? The front tire is a 16 inch diameter and the back tire is an 8 inch diameter. The formula is: circumference = 3.14 x diameter. a) The back tire goes around 10 more times than the front tire. b) The back tire goes around 2 more times than the front tire. c) The back tire goes around 3 more times than the front tire. d) The back tire goes around 4 more times than the front tire. PAGE 7

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