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1 Geometry Semester 1 Mid Term Review Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Refer to Figure 1 # What is another name for line n? A. line JB C. B. D. AC H n A D B m K C 2. Name the intersection of lines m and n. J F. K H. B G. J. D G F p 3. Does line p intersect line m or line n? Explain. A. Yes, it intersects both m and n when all three are extended. B. No, the lines do not meet in this diagram. C. Yes, it intersects line m when both are extended. D. Yes, it intersects line n when both are extended. Figure 1 Use the figure to the right for #4 & Which three points in the figure are collinear? F. C, D, F H. B, C, D G. A, E, F J. A, D, E 5. Name the intersection of the plane that contains points A, B, and D and the plane P. A. point D C. AD B. triangle BCD D. 6. Find the length of RS. F. H. G. J.

2 7. Find the length of PQ. A cm C cm B cm D cm 8. Find the distance between P(2, 8) and Q(5, 3). F. 9 H. G. J. 9. Find the coordinates of the midpoint of AS if A( 4, 7) and S(5, 3). A. (1, 10) C. B. D. 10. Use the figure to the right. What type of angle is BAC? F. acute angle H. right angle G. obtuse angle J. straight angle Use the figure below for # Which pair of angles are supplementary? A. USV, VSW C. TSV, VSW B. VSW, WSR D. TSR, USW 12. Which angle is a vertical angle to UST? F. VSW H. TSR G. USV J. WSR 13. If m VSR 8x 18, find x so that US VS. A. 9 C. 72 B D Find m USW if m USW 7x 34 and m TSR 4x 29. F. 147 H. 84 G. 113 J. 21

3 15. Find y if B is between A and C, AB is 2y, BC is 6y, and AC is 48. A. 24 C. 6 B. 8 D Make a conjecture about the next item in the sequence. F H G J Make a conjecture based on the information AB bisects XY at Z. A. AZ ZB C. AB XY B. AZX AZY D. XZ YZ 18. Determine whether the conjecture is true or false. Give a counterexample for any false conjecture Given: points A, B, C, and D Conjecture: A, B, C, and D are coplanar. F. False; the four points do not have to be in a straight line. G. True H. False; two points are always coplanar but four are not. J. False; three points are always coplanar but four are not. 19. If p is false and q is true, what is the truth value of p or q? A. true C. 0 B. false D. 1 Use the following statements for # 20 & 21 to write a compound statement for the conjunction or disjunction. Then find its truth value. p: An isosceles triangle has two congruent sides. q: A right angle measures 90º r: Four points are always coplanar. s: A decagon has 12 sides F. An isosceles triangle has two congruent sides and a right angle measures 90º; true. G. An isosceles triangle has two congruent sides or a right angle measures 90º; true. H. An isosceles triangle has two congruent sides or four points are always coplanar; true. J. An isosceles triangle has two congruent sides or a right angle measures 90º; false. A. A right angle measures 90º or an isosceles triangle has two congruent sides; true. B. A right angle measures 90º and an isosceles triangle has two congruent sides; true. C. A right angle measures 90º and an isosceles triangle does not have two congruent sides; false. D. A right angle measures 90º or an isosceles triangle does not have two congruent sides; true.

4 29. Then Use the truth table for # p q q p q T T T F F T F F 22. Which would be the values in the q column? F. F F T T H. F T F T G. T T F F J. T F T F 23. Which would be the values in the p q column? A. F T F F C. T T F T B. F T T F D. T F T T 24. Identify the conclusion of the statement Jack will go to school if today is Monday. F. Jack will go to school H. today is Monday G. Jack will not go to school J. today is not Monday 25. Identify the inverse of the following statement. If x 2, then x 3 5. A. If x 3 5, then x 2. C. If x 2, then x 3 5. B. If x 3 5, then x 2. D. x 2 and x Identify the contrapositive of the following statement. If x 5, then x F. If x 8 13, then x 5. H. If x 8 13, then x 5. G. x 5 and x J. If x 5, then x Which law can be used to determine that statement (3) is a valid conclusion to statements (1) and (2)? (1) If an angle is acute, then it cannot be obtuse. (2) A is acute. (3) A cannot be obtuse. A. Law of Detachment C. Law of Converse B. Law of Syllogism D. Statement (3) does not follow. 28. Name the polygon by its number of sides. classify it as convex or concave and regular or irregular. F. pentagon, convex, regular H. hexagon, concave, irregular G. pentagon, convex, irregular J. hexagon, convex, irregular

5 29. Find the length of each side of the polygon for the given perimeter. units. Find the length of each side. A. 18 units, 18 units, 13 units B units, units, units C. 27 units, 27 units, 22 units D. 26 units, 26 units, 21 units 2 n n Find the circumference of the figure. F. about H. about G. about J. about 3.8 in. 6.7 in. 31. Find the area of the figure. A C B D in. 32. Find the area of the figure. 5.3 km F. H. G. J. 33. Find the area of parallelogram WXYZ if the height is 6 in. Round to the nearest tenth. A in 2 C in 2 B in 2 D in 2

6 34. Rhombus ABCD has an area of 126 square units. If DB 18 units, find AC. F. 18 units H. 7 units G. 14 units J. 3.5 units 35. Find the area of the circle. Round to the nearest tenth. A m 2 C m 2 B m 2 D m Find the area of the figure. F. 31 ft 2 H. 60 ft 2 G. 40 ft 2 J. 80 ft 2 Use the figure to the right for # Name the solid. A. hexagonal pyramid B. pentagonal pyramid C. hexagonal prism D. pentagonal prism A 38. Name the base F. CFEDB H. CFBED G. ACB J. BDA C F E D 39. How many edges does this figure have? A. 5 C. 6 B. 8 D. 10 B

7 Use a right cylinder with a radius of 3 inches and a height of 17 inches for # Round to the nearest tenth. 40. Find the lateral area. F in 2 H in 2 G in 2 J in Find the surface area. A in 2 C in 2 B in 2 D in 2 Refer to the figure. Round to the nearest tenth. 42. Find the surface area. F cm 2 H cm 2 G cm 2 J cm Find the surface area of each prism. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary while doing your calculations as well as in your final answer. A. 442 units 2 C. 342 units 2 B. 396 units 2 D. 288 units Find the surface area of the regular pyramid. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. 12 ft 11 ft F H G J

8 46. Then 47. Round 45. Find the slant height of the cone with the given measurements, rounded to the nearest hundredth. use your result to find the surface area of the cone. Use 3.14 for π. the final answer to the nearest tenth. height: 17 feet radius: 13 feet A feet 2 C feet 2 B feet 2 D feet Find the surface area of the sphere. Use 3.14 for π. Round to the nearest tenth. 6 m F. 113 H G J The area of the base of a prism is 96 square centimeters and the height is 9 centimeters. Find the volume of the prism. A. 288 cm 3 C. 932 cm 3 B. 864 cm 3 D cm A sphere has a radius that is 12 centimeters long. Find the volume of the sphere. Round to the nearest tenth. F cm 3 H cm 3 G cm 3 J cm A cylinder has a radius that is 7 inches long and a height that is 10 inches long. Find the volume of the cylinder. Round to the nearest tenth. A in 3 C in 3 B in 3 D in 3

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