Class 4 Maths Geometry  Important questions
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Q1) Look at the following shapes. How many shape(s) has/have both parallel and perpendicular lines?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4
Answer: B.
Q2) Look at the following diagram which is made up of a rectangle and a square. Find the sum of ∠ GFH and ∠ DHE.

A. 135°

B. 180°

C. 225°

D. 235°
Answer: C.
Q3) The figures shown below are not drawn to scale. Which of the following two figures have the same area?

A. A and B

B. B and C

C. C and D

D. D and A
Answer: C.
Q4) Jane constructed the figure below using toothpicks. Each toothpick is 4 cm long. What is the total length of toothpicks used?

A. 36 cm

B. 60 cm

C. 100 cm

D. 160 cm
Answer: C.
Q5) Peter faced southwest after a 225° anticlockwise turn. What direction was he facing before the turn?

A. East

B. North

C. Northeast

D. Northwest
Answer: A.
Q6) Ahmad bent a piece of wire to form the shape below. How long is the wire? (The figure is not drawn to scale.)

A. 19 cm

B. 23 cm

C. 24 cm

D. 34 cm
Answer: C.
Q7) The figure below is made up of 1 big square and 5 identical small squares. The area of the figure is 81 cm^{2}, what is the length of each side of the small square?

A. 6 cm

B. 9 cm

C. 3 cm

D. 12 cm
Answer: C.
Q8) Which letter in the word below has both parallel and perpendicular lines?

A. L

B. A

C. M

D. E
Answer: E
Q9) Which one of the following statements about the figure is true?

A. It has 6 angles

B. It has 2 right angles

C. It has 3 angles which are more than 90°.

D. It has 3 angles which are less than 90°.
Answer: C.
Q10) Study the figure below carefully. Find the length of r. (All the lines meet at right angles.)
Options:
A. 5 cm
B. 8 cm
C. 10 cm
D. 12 cm
Answer: C.
Q11) Find the perimeter of the following figure.
Options:
A. 58 m
B. 64 m
C. 76 m
D. 82 m
Answer: C.
Q12) ABCD is a rectangle. Find ∠DAE.
Options:
A. 30°
B. 45°
C. 60°
D. 90°
Answer: A.
Q13) A square piece of paper has an area of 81 cm^{2}. Sally wants to cut out rectangles from it. Each rectangle has a length of 4 cm and a breadth that is 12 times its length. What is the maximum number of rectangles that can be cut out from it?
Options:
A. 6
B. 8
C. 10
D. 12
Answer: B.
Q14) Which of the following shapes can be tessellated?
Options:
A. Fig A
B. Fig B
C. Fig C
D. Fig D
Answer: C.