[removed]

The side lengths of IJKL are three times the corresponding side lengths of EFGH.

[removed] The side lengths of IJKL are congruent to the corresponding side lengths of EFGH.

[removed] The side lengths of IJKL are not proportional to the corresponding side lengths of EFGH.

[removed] The side lengths of IJKL are half of the corresponding side lengths of EFGH.

Question 2

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.03 MC) *other* steps would Justin have likely performed to prove that the two triangles are congruent by the ASA postulate?

[removed] Place the compass on Y and draw an arc that passes through X.

[removed] Place the compass on X and draw an arc to cross side XY at L and side ZX at M . Place the compass on L and set the width of the compass to segment LM.

[removed] Place the compass on X and set the width to side XZ. Place the compass on A and draw an arc to cross side AC at point C.

[removed] Place the compass on Z and draw an arc to cross side YZ at L and side ZX at M. Place the compass on L and set the width of the compass to segment LM.

Question 3

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(4.04 MC)

[removed] 1

9.1 feet

[removed] 12.7 feet

[removed] 5

.5 feet

[removed] 6

.4 feet

Question 4

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.01 MC)

[removed] 2

cm, 4 cm, 7 cm

[removed] 2 cm, 3cm, 4cm

[removed] 2 cm, 3cm, 6cm

[removed] 2 cm, 4 cm, 1 cm

Question 5

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(4.01 – 4.04 MC)

[removed] 4

.2 inches

[removed] 5.7 inches

[removed] 2.5 inches

[removed] 1.3 inches

Question 6

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(4.03 MC)

[removed] 280 sec 50°

[removed] [removed]

[removed] 280 sin 50°

Question 7

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(4.02 MC)

[removed] 5 cos 38°

[removed] [removed]

[removed] 5 sin 38°

Question 8

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.04 MC)

[removed] Segment GR is two-thirds the length of segment GP.

[removed] Segment EP is the same length as segment PQ.

[removed] Segment GO is two-thirds the length of segment GQ.

[removed] Segment GQ is the same length as segment GP.

Question 9

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.01 LC)

[removed] It has all four sides congruent.

[removed] It has adjacent sides unequal.

[removed] It has diagonals which intersect at 60°.

[removed] It has all angles measuring 90°.

Question 10

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.04 LC)

[removed] 20

inches

[removed] 3

0 inches

[removed] 32inches

[removed] 36 inches

Question 11

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.03 MC)

[removed] 5 units

[removed] 8 units

[removed] 12 units

[removed] 13 units

Question 12

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.02 MC)

[removed] Move Q to a point on segment AB beyond the arc.

[removed] Move R to the point of intersection of segment AB and the arc.

[removed] Move R to the left of segment AB beyond the arc.

[removed] Move Q to the point of intersection of segment AB and the arc.

Question 13

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.05 HC)

[removed] J(1, -3) and ((11, -3)

[removed] J(1, 3) and K(9, 3)

[removed] J(7, 9) and K(5, 9)

[removed] J(3, 1) and K(3, 9)

Question 14

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(1.03 MC)

[removed] The width of the compass is equal to BE.

[removed] The width of the compass is equal to DE.

[removed] The width of the compass is equal to AE.

[removed] The width of the compass is equal to AF.

Question 15

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.02 MC)

[removed] A parallelogram has exactly one pair of opposite sides that are parallel and a kite has no parallel sides.

[removed] Both have at least two sides congruent.

[removed] Both have opposite pairs of sides parallel.

[removed] A parallelogram has opposite sides congruent and a kite has all sides congruent.

Question 16

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.02 MC)

[removed] 1[removed] 2[removed] 3[removed] 4

Question 17

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.01 MC)

Name of triangle |
Measure of the angles |

Triangle 1 |
24°, 76°, 80° |

Triangle 2 |
45°, 45°, 90° |

Triangle 3 |
30°, 110°, 40° |

Which statement is correct?

[removed] Triangle 1 is an acute triangle and Triangle 2 is a right triangle.

[removed] Triangle 2 is a right triangle and Triangle 3 is an acute triangle.

[removed] Triangle 2 is an acute triangle and Triangle 3 is a right triangle.

[removed] Triangle 1 is an acute triangle and Triangle 3 is a right triangle.

Question 18

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(1.01 HC)

[removed] XY is the segment along which they intersect.

[removed] They intersect at exactly two points.

[removed] They intersect at exactly eight points and two lines.

[removed] C is the only point where they intersect.

Question 19

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(4.04 MC)

[removed] 14.1 inches

[removed] 17.3 inches

[removed] 10

inches

[removed] 20 inches

Question 20

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(4.01 – 4.04 MC)

[removed] 461.9 ft

[removed] 530.9 ft

[removed] 646.4 ft

[removed] 325.5 ft

Question 21

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(1.04 MC)

[removed] 35°

[removed] 40

°

[removed] 50°

[removed] 45

°

Question 22

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.02 MC)

[removed] Plot both the points on the line segment.

[removed] Plot one point on the arc and the other point beyond the arc.

[removed] Plot both points on the arc, one on the left and the other on the right.

[removed] Plot both the points beyond the arc.

Question 23

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.03 LC)

[removed] Both have two pairs of opposite sides parallel.

[removed] Both have four right angles.

[removed] Both have all four sides congruent.

[removed] Both have diagonals forming right angles.

Question 24

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(1.02 MC)

[removed] The width of the compass is not the same while drawing the arcs from point P and point Q.

[removed] The width of the compass is adjusted to BQ to draw the arc from point P and BA to draw an arc from Q.

[removed] The width of the compass is the same while drawing the arcs from point P and point Q.

[removed] The width of the compass is adjusted to BC to draw the arc from point P and BP to draw an arc from Q.

Question 25

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.03 MC)

[removed] (-4, -2)

[removed] (-8, 2)

[removed] (-6, 1)

[removed] (-2, -1)

Question 26

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.05 MC)

[removed] Segment MN is congruent to segment XM.

[removed] Measure of angle XYM is equal to measure of angle NXZ.

[removed] Segment XZ is congruent to segment XM.

[removed] Measure of angle XZM is equal to measure of angle MZY.

Question 27

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.04 MC)

[removed] Segments LN and MJ are the medians of triangle KLM.

[removed] LN is the median and MJ is the altitude of triangle KLM.

[removed] Segments LN and MJ are the altitudes of triangle KLM.

[removed] LN is the altitude and MJ is the median of triangle KLM.

Question 28

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(1.01-1.03 MC)

[removed] a triangle with vertices at P, Q, and R

[removed] a segment from R that will be the perpendicular bisector to PQ

[removed] a segment from R that will have a length congruent to PQ

[removed] a square with sides PQ, QS, SR and RP

Question 29

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.01 MC)

[removed] 15 feet

[removed] 100 feet

[removed] 105 feet

[removed] 10 feet

Question 30

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(1.04 MC)

[removed] 30

[removed] 40[removed] 10[removed] 20

Question 31

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.05 MC)

[removed] The line segment that bisects side BC at a right angle.

[removed] The line segment from angle B that is perpendicular to side AC.

[removed] The line segment from angle A that is perpendicular to side BC.

[removed] The line segment that bisects angle ACB and intersects side AB.

Question 32

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.03 MC)

[removed] Has no congruent angles.

[removed] Does not have any congruent sides.

[removed] Diagonals are perpendicular.

[removed] Diagonals bisect each other.

Question 33

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.02 LC)

[removed] It has four equal sides.

[removed] It is called an isosceles trapezoid if its legs are equal.

[removed] It is called an isosceles trapezoid if it has one pair of adjacent sides that are equal.

[removed] It has two pairs of opposite sides that are equal and parallel.

Question 34

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.04 MC)

[removed] (16, 15)

[removed] (-16, 9)

[removed] (-16, -15)

[removed] (16, -9)

Question 35

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.05 MC)

[removed] 10 feet

[removed] 81 feet

[removed] 90 feet

[removed] 9 feet

Question 36

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(4.03 MC)

[removed]

[removed] 10 cosec 62°

[removed]

[removed] 10 sin 62°

Question 37

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.04 HC)

[removed] They form a square because diagonals PR and QS are congruent.

[removed] They do not form a square because the opposite sides are not parallel.

[removed] They form a square because PR is perpendicular to RS.

[removed] They do not form a square because the sides of quadrilateral PQRS are not congruent.

Question 38

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(2.01 LC)

[removed] It has all sides of different lengths.

[removed] It has at least two angles of same measure.

[removed] It has all sides of same length.

[removed] It has all angles of different measures.

Question 39

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.04 MC)

[removed] 28.8

[removed] 80

[removed] 5

[removed] 8.5

Question 40

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.04 MC)

[removed] 64 feet

[removed] 80 feet

[removed] 62 feet

[removed] 74 feet

Question 41

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(1.02 MC)

[removed] Use the same width of the compass to draw an arc from point T, which intersects the segment NT at a point X.

[removed] Use the same width of the compass to draw an arc from point N which intersects the segment NT at a point X.

[removed] Use the same width of the compass to draw an arc from point A, which intersects the segment NT at a point X.

[removed] Use the same width of the compass to draw an arc from point B, which intersects the segment NT at a point X.

Question 42

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.05 MC)

[removed] 6

[removed] 18

[removed] 45[removed] 3

Question 43

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.04 LC)

[removed] 14 cm

[removed] 8 cm

[removed] 10 cm

[removed] 12 cm

Question 44

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(3.02 LC)

[removed] The length of MN is equal to 10 cm.

[removed] The length of MN is equal to 12 cm.

[removed] The length of NO is equal to 12 cm.

[removed] The length of NO is equal to 10 cm.

Question 45

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(5.01 MC)

[removed] A rhombus has all angles equal to 90° but a square has opposite angles equal.

[removed] A rhombus has diagonals which are unequal but a square has diagonals which are equal.

[removed] A rhombus has equal diagonals but a square has unequal diagonals.

[removed] A rhombus has non perpendicular diagonals but a square has perpendicular diagonal.

Question 46

(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

(4.02 MC)

[removed] 12 tan 45°

[removed]

[removed]

[removed] 12 cos 45°

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