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In △ABC, m∠A = 3x + 1, m∠B = 4x - 17, and m∠C = 5x - 20. Which type of triangle is △ABC?

Right

Scalene

Isosceles

Equilateral

- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is the measure of angle b?36
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What is the correct notation for the figure shown?

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What type of figure is shown?

point

line segment

line

plane

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Which of the following correctly names the figure shown?

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Two planes intersect at a

point

line

plane

ray

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This figure consists of two endpoints and all of the points in between.

line segment

ray

line

opposite rays

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This figure is used to represent a specific location in space.

plane

line segment

point

ray

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Points that do not lie on the same line are said to be

collinear

coplanar

non-collinear

non-coplanar

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This figure is thought of as being straight, has an infinite number of points, and extends forever in two directions.

line

line segment

ray

plane

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Which of the following is the correct way to name this plane?

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Which of the following shows a pair of opposite rays?

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With how many points do you name a line?

one

two

three

- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.State if the triangles are congruent. If they are, state how you know.SASASAAASNot Congruent
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.State if the triangles are congruent. If they are, state how you know.SSSAASAANot Congruent
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.If ∆ABC ≅∆DEF, what side is congruent to CA?FEDEFDDF
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.If ∆ABC ≅∆DEF, which of the following is not a pair of congruent angles?A and DA and EE and BF and C
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.State if the triangles are congruent. If they are, state how you know.ASASASAASNot Congruent
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Describe the angle relationship.Same Side InteriorCorrespondingAlternate InteriorAlternate Exterior
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Describe the angle relationship.Same Side InteriorCorrespondingAlternate InteriorSame Side Exterior
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Which of the following statements correctly describes perpendicular lines?Coplanar but do not intersectCoplanar and intersect at 90 degree angleCoplanar and intersect at either obtuse or acute anglesNot coplanar
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Which of the following correctly describes parallel lines?Not coplanarCoplanar and intersect at 90 degree angleCoplanar and do not intersectNot coplanar and intersect
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What type of triangle is shown? Complete the statement: ∠A≅∠_.Equilateral; CIsosceles; CIsosceles; BScalene; None
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.If ∠DEF and ∠HIJ are a linear pair, which of the following is not always true?They are adjacent.They are complementary.They are supplementary.They are on a line together.
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Converse of the statement: If p, then q.

If p, then q.

If q, then p.

If ~ (not) p, then ~ (not) q.

If ~ (not) q, then ~ (not) p.

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Two

**lines**that do not intersect and are not parallelPerpendicular lines

Transversals

Skew lines

Parallel lines

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Lines that passes through two lines in the same plane at two distinct points

Perpendicular lines

Transversals

Skew lines

Parallel lines

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Two or more

**lines**that intersect at a 90-degree anglePerpendicular lines

Transversals

Skew lines

Parallel lines

- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Find the measure of the indicated angle.95853545
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- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is the measure of ∠8?5515513545
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Find the value of x.6913531145
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is the value of x?60261410
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Find the length of DE12111013
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.If m∠XOZ = 74°, find m∠XOY.37°74°90°148°
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Solve for x61402090
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Tell whether the angles are complementary or supplementary. Then find the value of x.Complementary; x=25Complementary; x=5Supplementary; x=25Supplementary; x=5
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Solve50°58°115°226°
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is m∠ABD8012020100
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Q is the midpoint of PR.

PQ = 6x – 7 and QR = 5x + 1.

Find the length of PR.8164182 - Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Let B be between A and C.7241314
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What is the value of

*x*? - Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.
What is the measurement of the missing angle?

- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Is the figure a polygon? Is it convex or concave?Not a polygon, convexPolygon, convexNot a polygonPolygon, concave
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This polygon is classified as ....

a hexagon

a heptagon

an octogon

a nonagon

- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Polygon or non-polygon?PolygonNon-Polygon
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is the sum of the exterior angles of a 20-gon?1803603240162
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Calculate the sum of the interior angle measures of a polygon with 25 sides.360 degrees4500 degrees335 degrees4140 degrees
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Find the sum of the interior of angles in a 12-gon1800108016201260
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.How many sides does a decagon have?129710
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Fill in the missing proofs.Transitive Property, SAS(Side-Angle-Side)Reflexive Property, SAS(Side-Angle-Side)Reflexive Property, Vertical Angles Thm.Transitive Property, SSS(Side-Side-Side)
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is reason #3?SASASASSSAAS
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is statement #4?∆HFG≅∆IHF∆FHG≅∆IHF∆GFH≅∆IFH∆HFG≅∆IFH
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is reason #2?Vertical angles are congruent.Consecutive angles are congruent.Alternate interior angles are congruent.Definition of Bisect
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is reason #4?Reflexive PropertyDefinition of MidpointVertical angles are congruent.Given
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.What is reason #5?SSSSASASAAAS
- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.Identify the missing statement or reasonGivenVertical Angles TheoremDefinition of Angle BisectorAlternate Interior Angles Theorem