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## Texas Go Math Grade 3 Lesson 15.3 Answer Key Classify Plane Figures

**Unlock the Problem**

A Venn diagram shows how sets of things are related. In the Venn diagram at the right, one circle has figures that are rectangles. Figures that are rhombuses are in the other circle. The figures in the section where the circles overlap are both rectangles and rhombuses.

What type of quadrilateral is in both circles?

**Read
**What do I need to find?

What information am I given?

the circles labeled ________ and _________

**Plan**

What is my plan or strategy?

**Solve**

What is true about all quadrilaterals?

Which quadrilaterals have 2 pairs of opposite sides that are parallel?

Which quadrilaterals have 4 sides of equal length?

Which quadrilaterals have 4 right angles?

The quadrilaterals in the section where the circles overlap have _________ pairs of opposite sides that are parallel, _________ sides of equal length, and ________ right angles.

So, ________ are in both circles.

Answer:

What type of quadrilateral is in both circles?

Answer:

Squares , Rhombus and Rectangle

**Read**

What do I need to find?

Answer:

The section where the circles overlap are both rectangles and rhombuses.

What information am I given?

Answer:

Squares , Rhombus and Rectangle are the quadrilaterals

The circles labeled Rectangles and Rhombuses

**Plan**

What is my plan or strategy?

Squares , Rhombus and Rectangle are the quadrilaterals

**Solve**

What is true about all quadrilaterals?

Answer:

All quadrilaterals have the four corners and four sides

Which quadrilaterals have 2 pairs of opposite sides that are parallel?

Answer:

Squares and rectangles have 2 pairs of opposite sides that are parallel

Which quadrilaterals have 4 sides of equal length?

Answer:

Squares have 4 sides of equal length.

Which quadrilaterals have 4 right angles?

Answer:

Squares and rectangles have 4 right angles

The quadrilaterals in the section where the circles overlap have 2 pairs of opposite sides that are parallel, 4 sides of equal length, and 4 right angles.

So, Squares are in both circles.

**Try Another Problem**

The Venn diagram at the right shows the figures Abbie used to make a picture. Where would the figure shown below be placed in the Venn diagram?

**Read**

What do I need to find?

What information am I given?

**Plan**

What is my plan or strategy?

**Solve**

Answer:

The figure is placed at polygons with right angle

What do I need to find?

The figure shown in right side where it fit

What information am I given?

Answer:

The information is about the quadrilaterals and the polygons with right angles

**Plan**

What is my plan or strategy?

To show a quadrilateral with right angle.

Question 1.

How many figures do not have right angles?

Answer: 3

Explanation:

3 figures do not have right angles

**Grade 3 Lesson 15.3 Answer Key Go Math Question 2.**

How many red figures have right angles but are not quadrilaterals?

Answer: one figure

Explanation:

Triangles have right angles but are not quadrilaterals

Question 3.

**Analyze** What is a different way to sort the figures?

Answer: Parallel with one pair of opposite sides and 2 pairs of opposite sides

Explanation:

a different way to sort the figures

Parallel with one pair of opposite sides and 2 pairs of opposite sides

**Math Talk**

**Mathematical Processes**

What name can be used to describe all the figures in the Venn diagram? Explain how you know.

Answer: Polygons

Explanation:

Every shape has more than 2 angles.

**Share and Show**

Use the Venn diagram for 1-2.

Question 1.

Jordan is sorting the figures at the right in a Venn diagram. Where does the go?

First, look at the sides and angles of the polygons.

Next, draw the polygons in the Venn diagram below.

The figure above has ________ sides of equal length and _________ right angles.

So, the figure goes in the circle labeled

Answer:

it is placed in polygons with all sides equal in length

The figure above has 4 sides of equal length and 0 right angles.

Question 2.

Where in the Venn diagram would you place a ?

Answer:

is placed in polygons with right angles

**Problem Solving**

Question 3.

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** Use Math Language Eva drew the Venn diagram at the right. What labels could she have used for the diagram? Where would each label go?

Answer:

Explanation:

The labels are polygons without right angles and polygons with right angles

**Go Math Answer Key Grade 3 Lesson 15.3 Answer Key Question 4.**

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** Display Draw and label a Venn diagram to show one way you can sort a parallelogram, a rectangle, a square, a trapezoid, and a rhombus.

Answer:

Explanation:

Drawn and labeled a Venn diagram to show one way that we can sort a parallelogram, a rectangle, a square, a trapezoid, and a rhombus

**Daily Assessment Task**

**Fill in the bubble for the correct answer choice.**

Question 5.

Max classifies the street signs he sees by shape and then sorts them in a Venn diagram. The circles are labeled ‘Polygons with Right Angles” and “Polygons with All Sides Equal in Length.” Which sign is in the section where the two circles overlap?

Answer: B

Explanation:

‘Polygons with Right Angles” and “Polygons with All Sides Equal in Length.” shows the option B

Question 6.

**Multi-Step** Jenna makes a design using pattern blocks. Which pattern block is placed incorrectly in the Venn diagram?

Answer: D

Explanation:

Option D is placed wrong because the opposite sides only one side is parallel

**Texas Test Prep**

Question 7.

What label could describe Circle A?

(A) Polygons with 4 Right Angles

(B) Polygons with 2 Pairs of Opposite Sides That Are Parallel

(C) Polygons with 2 Pairs of Sides of Equal Length

(D) Polygons with All Sides of Equal Length

Answer: A

Explanation:

Circle A describes Polygons with All Sides of Equal Length

### Texas Go Math Grade 3 Lesson 15.3 Homework and Practice Answer Key

**Use the Venn diagram for 1 and 2.**

Question 1.

Draw the polygons in the Venn diagram.

Answer:

Explanation:

Polygons are separated according to polygons with parallel sides

and polygons with right angles

Question 2.

Where in the Venn diagram would you place a ?

Answer: Polygons with right angles

Explanation:

**Problem Solving**

Question 3.

Tia wants to include the figures at the right in one circle of a Venn diagram. What label can she use?

Answer: Parallelogram with one pair of opposite sides are equal

Explanation:

The parallelogram, Trapezoid and rhombus have one pair of opposite sides are equal

**Lesson Check**

**Fill in the bubble completely to show your answer.**

Question 4.

Fran draws a Venn diagram with two circles and labels the circles “Polygons with Parallel Sides” and “Quadrilaterals with Parallel Sides.” Which figure belongs only in the circle labeled “Polygons with Parallel Sides?”

Answer: A

Explanation:

Option A belongs only in the circle labeled “Polygons with Parallel Sides

Remaining are quadrilaterals

**Go Math Grade 3 Lesson 15.3 Answer Key Question 5.**

Sean draws a Venn diagram with two circles and labels the circles “Polygons with 4 Equal Sides” and “Polygons with Parallel Sides.” Which figure can he draw where the circles overlap?

Answer: A

Explanation:

“Polygons with 4 Equal Sides” and “Polygons with Parallel Sides.”

he can draw where the circles overlap is option A

Question 6.

**Multi-Step** Jessica draws this Venn diagram. Which of the following two figures can she place only in circle A?

Answer: D

Explanation:

Only option D Describes that the polygons with right angles