In worksheet on quadrilateral we will solve 10 different types of question in quadrilateral.

1. A quadrilateral has ………….. angles, …………… diagonals, ……………… sides and ………… vertices.

2. In a quadrilateral, ∠A = ∠B = 75° and ∠D = 110°, find ∠C.

3. Find the unknown angle in the quadrilateral;

4. Which of the sides appear to be parallel? Write them using the symbol:

(i)

(ii)

5. LMNO is a Parallelogram.

Fill in the Blanks:

(a) ∠M = ………………….

(b) ML = …………….

(c) MN = …………….

(d) ∠L = ………………….

(e) Two diagonals equals ……………….. and ……………..

6. A rhombus has all its …………… equal.

7. Opposite angles of a rhombus are ……………….

8. Draw a rhombus whose one side is 5 cm and one angle is 60°

9. Draw a parallelogram ABCD with its sides 5 cm and 7 cm and A is 75°.

10. A quadrilateral has three angles equal to 75°, 75° and 110°. Find its unknown angle.

Parallel Lines.

Perpendicular Lines.

Construction of Perpendicular Lines by using a Protractor.

Sum of Angles of a Quadrilateral.

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