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### New York State Common Core Math Module 5, Grade 5, Lesson 21

The following figure gives a chart to classify two-dimensional figures (quadrilaterals): square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, kite, trapezoid. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions.

Lesson 21 Homework

1. Answer the questions by checking the box.

a. Is a square a rectangle?

b. Is a rectangle a kite?

c. Is a rectangle a parallelogram?

d. Is a square a trapezoid?

e. Is a parallelogram a trapezoid?

f. Is a trapezoid a parallelogram?

g. Is a kite a parallelogram?

h. For each statement that you answered with “sometimes,” draw and label an example that justifies your answer.

2. Use what you know about quadrilaterals to answer each question below

a. Explain when a trapezoid is not a parallelogram. Sketch an example.

b. Explain when a kite is not a parallelogram. Sketch an example.

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Lesson Plans and Worksheets for Grade 5

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for all Grades

More Lessons for Grade 5

Common Core For Grade 5

Videos, examples, solutions, and lessons to help grade 5 students learn how to draw and identify varied two-dimensional figures from given attributes.

Lesson 21 Homework

1. Answer the questions by checking the box.

a. Is a square a rectangle?

b. Is a rectangle a kite?

c. Is a rectangle a parallelogram?

d. Is a square a trapezoid?

e. Is a parallelogram a trapezoid?

f. Is a trapezoid a parallelogram?

g. Is a kite a parallelogram?

h. For each statement that you answered with “sometimes,” draw and label an example that justifies your answer.

2. Use what you know about quadrilaterals to answer each question below

a. Explain when a trapezoid is not a parallelogram. Sketch an example.

b. Explain when a kite is not a parallelogram. Sketch an example.

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