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Geometry Test Ch. 1 Review

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Instructions Sample questions will be shown on each slide. Try the question on scratch paper. Click on the screen and the correct work and answer will appear.

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1.Give another name for plane T. (Any 3 noncollinear points. EX: ABC) 2. Name a point that is not contained in lines q or m. D 3. Name the intersection of lines q and n. C E F A D B C q n m T

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Find the value of the variable and VW if V is between U and W. UV = 4p -3 VW = 5p UW = 42 Variable: UV + VW = UW 4p-3 + 5p = 42 9p – 3 = 42 9p = 45 p = 5 VW: VW = 5p 5(5) 25

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Find the coordinates of the midpoint having the given endpoints.

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Find the distance between the endpoints.

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Refer to the figure to answer the questions. B A C E D 6 7 4 9 1

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Refer to the figure. Name a linear pair. EX: ∠AFE and ∠ AFB Name a pair of vertical angles. EX: ∠EFD and ∠AFB Name an angle supplementary to ∠AFB. EX: ∠ BFD Name a pair of complementary angles. ∠CFD and ∠DFE C A B E D F

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The measures of two supplementary angles are (4r + 7) ° and (r – 2) °. Find the measures of the variable and the angles. Supplementary = 180 ° (4r +7) + (r – 2) = 180 5r + 5 = 180 5r = 175 r = 35 4r + 7 = 4(35) + 7 = 147 ° r – 2 = 35 – 2 = 33 °

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Two angles are complementary. One angle measure 26 degrees more than the other. Find the measures of the angles. Complementary = 90 ° A + B = 90 A = B + 26 (B + 26) + B = 90 2B + 26 = 90 2B = 64 B = 32° A = B +26 = 32 + 26 = 58°

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Name the polygon by its number of sides. Classify it as convex or concave and regular or nonregular. QuadrilateralConvexRegular DecagonConcaveNonregular

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Find the area and perimeter of each figure. A = ½ L x W A = ½ (3 x 4) = 6m² P = sum of sides Find third side with pythagorean theorem. 3² + 4²=c² c = 5 P = 3 + 4 + 5 = 12m A = L x W A = 6.5 x 14 = 91ft ² P = 2L + 2W P = 2(6.5) + 2(14) P= 13 + 28 = 41ft 4m 3m 14ft 6.5ft

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Give the name of each figure. Rectangular prism 3in 2in 5in Cylinder 10yd 7yd

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Give the number of faces edges and vertices of the figure shown. A B C F H G E D F= 6 V= 8 E= 12

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