# Lesson Worksheet: 2D Shapes Eleven Plus

In this worksheet, we will practice identifying different polygonal shapes and their features.

**Q1: **

Lines and are horizontal, and line is vertical.

Which of the following is correct?

- ALine and line cannot intersect.
- BLine is parallel to line .
- CLine is perpendicular to line .
- DLine is parallel to line .
- ELine is perpendicular to line .

**Q2: **

A polygon has exactly one pair of parallel sides and one pair of equal length sides.

Which of these shapes could be described by the statement above?

- A
- B
- C
- D
- E

**Q3: **

How many of the equilateral triangles fill the big tile pattern of three regular polygons?

- A15
- B18
- C16
- D6
- E12

**Q4: **

How many of the triangles will fit inside the parallelogram?

- A6
- B10
- C8
- D4
- E12

**Q5: **

Vicky draws a four-sided shape where each side is adjacent to one side of the same length and one side of a different length.

Which shape did she draw?

- AKite
- BRectangle
- CRhombus
- DParallelogram
- ESquare

**Q6: **

Which of the following is **not** true of the parallelogram?

- AThe perimeter is 15 cm.
- BThere are no lines of symmetry.
- CThere are two pairs of parallel sides.
- DThere are two pairs of equal sides.
- EThere are two acute angles.

**Q7: **

Alice wraps a piece of string around the pegs in the board below to create shapes.

How many isosceles triangles can she create?

- A12
- B8
- C6
- D4
- E10

**Q8: **

Archibald has 4 sticks of the following lengths.

If he does **not** use more than one stick for a side, which shape can he make by placing the sticks end to end?

- ARectangle
- BKite
- CEquilateral triangle
- DIsosceles triangle
- EScalene triangle

**Q9: **

A shape has 4 sides and two pairs of those sides have equal length. It also has no lines of symmetry.

What is the shape?

- ARhombus
- BRectangle
- CParallelogram
- DTrapezium
- EKite

**Q10: **

The diagram shows four shapes.

Which of the shapes below is **not** in the diagram?

- ATrapezium
- BRhombus
- CSquare
- DOctagon
- EHexagon