Grade 8 - Mathematics 3.47 Square, Rectangle, and Triangle Review

Directions: Check if the given statements are true or false.

Q 1: The diagonals in a rectangle as well as the diagonals in a square bisect each other. False True

Q 2: In an equilateral triangle all the three sides are unequal. True False

Q 3: In a triangle the sum of three angles is two right angles. False True

Q 4: If the length of the rectangle is made equal to its breadth, it becomes a square. True False

Q 5: When only two sides of triangle are equal, the triangle is called an equilateral. True False

Q 6: The diagonals of a square divide the square into 4 right angled isosceles triangles. True False

Q 7: The diagonal of a rectangle divides the rectangle into two isosceles right angled triangles. True False

Q 8: In a rectangle, length is l and breadth is b. When the length is reduced by 6metres and breadth is increased by 2 metres., the rectangle becomes a square then l-6=b+2. False True

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