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Jump Start: Sept 24, 2009. Find the area of the circle. 14 in. Quiz. 1. Find the perimeter of a rectangle that has a base of 9ft and a height of 40 ft. What is the area of the rectangle in question 1? Find the area of a circle with a diameter of 18cm. RULES.

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### Jump Start: Sept 24, 2009

Find the area of the circle.

14 in

Quiz
• 1. Find the perimeter of a rectangle that has a base of 9ft and a height of 40 ft.
• What is the area of the rectangle in question 1?
• Find the area of a circle with a diameter of 18cm.
RULES

All players will remain quiet and respectful during play or the game will end.

Only the elected speaker of each team will be allowed to answer for the team.

Each team will have 30 seconds to come up with an answer to each question unless Ms. Lagroon deems a question to require longer response time.

We will roll a dice to see who goes first and go in a rotation.

Only the team whose turn it is can answer the question and get credit .

If a team fails to answer correctly, we will roll for another team to get a chance.

SCORING

If you answer correctly, you will receive the number of points the question was worth.

If you answer incorrectly, the number of points the question was worth will be subtracted from your total.

The winning team will receive 5 bonus points on their tests.

Everyone must participate. People that do not participate will receive a zero participation grade for today.

### Chapter 1 Test Review

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Section 2 ~ 100 Points

What is the definition of collinear?

Section 2 ~ 100 Points

Points that lie on the same line

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Section 2 ~ 200 Points

What is the definition of coplanar?

Section 2 ~ 200 Points

Points and lines that lie in the same plane.

Back

Section 2 ~ 300 Points

In the figure to the right name THREE collinear points.

Section 2 ~ 300 Points

B, C, and D

Back

Section 2 ~ 400 Points

When two lines intersect, they intersect at a __________?

Section 2 ~ 400 Points

point

Back

Section 2 ~ 500 Points

When two planes intersect, they intersect at a __________?

Section 2 ~ 500 Points

Line, Postulate 1-3

Back

Section 3 ~ 100 Points

Completely define parallel lines using the definition from Geometry

Section 3 ~ 100 Points

• A pair of coplanar lines that do not intersect

Back

Section 3 ~ 200 Points

What are parallel planes?

Section 3 ~ 200 Points

Planes that do not intersect.

Back

Section 3 ~ 300 Points

True or False: line AG is parallel to line DJ

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C

Section 3 ~ 400 Points

True or False: Plane HBCI is parallel to plane IJDC

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C

Section 3 ~ 400 Points

False: they intersect at line CI

Back

Section 3 ~ 500 Points

Line GH and line JD are not parallel because they are ______ lines.

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C

Section 4 ~ 100 Points
• What are the requirements for an obtuse angle?
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• More than 90°

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Section 4 ~ 200 Points
• How many ways can you name an angle?
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• What kind of angle does this appear to be?

A B C

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• Straight

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Section 4 ~ 400 Points

If m<AXY= 300 and m<YXB = 60°, what is m<AXB?

Section 4 ~ 500 Points

If m<AXY= 900 and

m<AXB= 1350, what is m<YXB?

Section 4 ~ 500 Points

m<ABX = 450

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Section 4 ~ 100 Points
• What are congruent segments?
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• Segments with the same length

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Section 4 ~ 200 Points

State the Segment Addition Postulate for the following line segment.

Section 4 ~ 200 Points

AC = AB + BC

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Section 4 ~ 300 Points

What is LM in the figure to the left, if NL = 10 and NM= 45?

Section 4 ~ 300 Points

LM = 35 units

Back

Section 4 ~ 400 Points

What is x in the figure to the right, if NM= 45, NL = x and LM = 2x+30?

Section 4 ~ 500 Points

Write the Angle Addition Postulate for the figure below.

Section 4 ~ 500 Points

m<AXC = m<AXE + m<EXC

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Section 6 ~ 100 Points

What is the midpoint of PQ?

Section 6 ~ 100 Points

The midpoint of PQ is

24

Back

Section 6 ~ 200 Points

What is the distance from A (6,1) and B (3,1)?

Section 6 ~ 200 Points

AB = 3 units

Back

Section 6 ~ 300 Points

What is the midpoint of H(0,0) and X(8,4)?

Section 6 ~ 300 Points

M = (4,2)

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Section 6 ~ 400 Points

What is the midpoint of AB if A (3, 5) and B (7, 9)?

Section 6 ~ 400 Points

The midpoint is (5,7).

Back

Section 6 ~ 500 Points

What is the distance from A(6, -2) to C(-2, 4)?

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What is the distance from A to B?

Section 6 ~ 100 Points

5 units

Back

Section 6 ~ 200 Points

Find the distance between Q(12,-12) and T(5,12)

Section 6 ~ 300 Points

Find the distance between K(2,-1) and J(2,5)

Section 6 ~ 400 Points

What is the midpoint of H(7, 10) and X(5,-8)?

Section 6 ~ 400 Points

M=(6,1)

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Section 6 ~ 500 Points

Find the midpoint of P(-3,-1) and Q(5,-7)

Section 6 ~ 500 Points

M=(1,-4)

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Section 7 ~ 100 Points

What is the perimeter of the rectangle on the right?

Section 7 ~ 200 Points

What is the area of the rectangle on the left?

Section 7 ~ 200 Points

75 cm2

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Section 7 ~ 300 Points

What is the area of the square on the right?

Section 7 ~ 300 Points

64 ft2

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Section 7 ~ 400 Points

Find the circumference.

12 in

Section 7 ~ 400 Points

24π ≈ 75.36 in

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Section 7 ~ 500 Points

Find the area.

12 in

Section 7 ~ 500 Points