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- 1. Multiple ChoiceFind the slope of the line through each pair of points.

(20,8), (9,16)-16-11/88/11-8/11 - 2. Multiple ChoiceFind the slope of the line through each pair of points.

(1,-19), (-2,-7)26/19/4-4-1/4 - 3. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the distance between the two points?√40 ≈ 6.32√32 ≈ 5.66√20 ≈ 4.47none of these
- 4. Multiple ChoiceFind the distance.√95√115√136√162
- 5. Multiple ChoiceFind the midpoint of the segment with the endpoints:

(6, 7) and (6, -5)(0, -1)(6, 1)(1, 6)(0, 1) - 6. Multiple ChoiceFind the midpoint of the segment with the endpoints:

(-4, 5) and (7, -9)(-1.5, 2)(5.5, -7)(-2, 1.5)(1.5, -2) - 7. Multiple ChoiceWhat will the same slopes tell you about the quadrilateral?Opposite sides are parallelOpposite sides are congruentDiagonals are congruentDiagonals bisect each other
- 8. Multiple ChoiceWe use the distance formula to do what?See if opposite sides are parallelSee if opposite sides are congruentSee if diagonals have the same slopeSee if diagonals bisect each other
- 9. Multiple ChoiceHow do you show the diagonals are congruent?Measure them with a rulerUse the midpoint formulaUse the slope formulaUse the distance formula
- 10. Multiple ChoiceHow do you show diagonals are perpendicular?They would have opposite reciprocal slopesThey would have the same slopeThey would have the same midpointThey would look perpendicular
- 11. Multiple ChoiceHow do you show diagonals bisect each other?Use the distance formula-they would have the same lengthUse the midpoint formula-they would be the sameUse the slope formula-they would have opposite reciprocal slopesHope I don't have to show this on the test

(Really???) - 12. Multiple ChoiceHow do you show consecutive sides are perpendicular?They would have opposite reciprocal slopesThey would have the same slopeThey would have the same midpointThey would look perpendicular
- 13. Multiple ChoiceWhat conclusion would you make if the you calculated the slopes to be this?Opposite sides parallelConsecutive sides or Diagonals are perpendicularOpposite sides are congruentnone of these
- 14. Multiple ChoiceWhat conclusion would you make if the you calculated the slopes to be this?Opposite sides parallelConsecutive sides or Diagonals are perpendicularOpposite sides are congruentnone of these
- 15. Multiple ChoiceWhat conclusion would you make if the you calculated the slopes to be this?Opposite sides parallelConsecutive sides or Diagonals are perpendicularOpposite sides are congruentnone of these
- 16. Multiple ChoiceWhat conclusion would you make if the you calculated the slopes to be this?Opposite sides parallelConsecutive sides or Diagonals are perpendicularOpposite sides are congruentnone of these
- 17. Multiple ChoiceWhat conclusion would you make if the you calculated the slopes to be this?Opposite sides parallelConsecutive sides or Diagonals are perpendicularOpposite sides are congruentnone of these
- 18. Multiple ChoiceWhat conclusion would you make if the you calculated the slopes to be this?Opposite sides parallelConsecutive sides or Diagonals are perpendicularOpposite sides are congruentnone of these
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