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Jeopardy

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Final Jeopardy

\$100 Question from H1

Congruent angles that share a vertex but no sides are called…

Vertex angles

\$200 Question from H1

Supplementary angles that share a vertex AND share a side

are called a…

\$300 Question from H1

What is the converse of this statement?

“If two lines are perpendicular, then they intersect at 90˚ angles”

“If they intersect at 90˚ angles, then two lines are parallel”

\$400 Question from H1

What is the missing statement and reason?

angle EBA is congruent to angle CBD; Vertical angles are congruent.

\$500 Question from H1

Write a two column proof for the following:

Given: angle 1 + angle 3 = 180˚

Prove: angle 1 = angle 4

1

2

3

4

Ex. ∟1 + ∟3 = 180 Linear Pair

∟4 + ∟3 = 180 Linear Pair

∟1 = ∟4 Transitive Property

\$100 Question from H2

Solve for x.

5x

3x + 20

\$200 Question from H2

Solve for x and find angle JGI

J

3x - 6

8x - 53

H

I

G

x = 11; JGI = 35

\$300 Question from H2

Find the missing measure in this pair of angles.

P

K

45˚

M

45˚; because the square in the corner shows that

they are complementary angles.

\$400 Question from H2

(For these questions, assume lines n and m are parallel, with transversal t)

Name a pair of alternate interior angles

and a pair of same side interior angles

n

t

2

1

m

4

3

6

5

8

7

Alternate interior:

4 and 5

3 and 6

Same-side interior:

4 and 6

3 and 5

\$500 Question from H2

If the measure of angle 2 is 115˚, what is the measure of

angle 5?

(Explain why for a Daily Double!! Use vocab…)

n

t

2

1

m

4

3

6

5

8

7

65˚; ex.: corresponding to 6, linear with 5

\$100 Question from H3

Find the length of AB.

45 cm

A

C

B

30 cm

\$200 Question from H3

Find x, and find the measure of BC.

45 cm

A

C

B

4x

2x + 9

x = 6

BC = 21 cm

\$300 Question from H3

∠EFH = 65o

E

3x + 5

G

30o

F

H

Find x and the m∠EFG

\$400 Question from H3

B is the midpoint of AC.

Find x, and find the length of AC.

A

B

C

5x

40 cm

x = 8, AC = 80cm

\$500 Question from H3

FG bisects ∠EFG

E

12x

G

9x + 21o

F

H

Find x and the m∠EFG

x = 7; ∠EFG = 84o

\$100 Question from H4

What is the interior angle sum of a polygon with 12 sides?

\$200 Question from H4

If two exterior angles in a triangle are 275o,

what is the measure of the third exterior angle?

\$300 Question from H4

Find the missing angle in the polygon below.

35o

108o

x

95o

\$400 Question from H4

A polygon has an interior angle sum of 3,420o.

How many sides does the polygon have?

\$500 Question from H4

Find the measure of x and y.

102o

95o

118o

121o

x

y

x = 118o; y = 76o

\$100 Question from H5

What conditions are required for two figures to be similar?

All corresponding sides are proportional,

all corresponding angles are congruent.

\$200 Question from H5

Solve the proportion below.

12 = 8

15 x

\$300 Question from H5

Name the two triangles that are marked congruent below.

(Figures NOT drawn to scale)

A

D

E

B

C

F

ABC ≅ FED

or

ACB ≅ FDE

or

BAC ≅ EFD

\$400 Question from H5

Are the two triangles similar? Why or why not?

5’

3’

15’

12’

3’

9’

No; the sides are not proportional

\$500 Question from H5

Find the measure of x

8 in

25 in

12 in

x in

12 in

18 in

Final Jeopardy

Name an essential question from Unit 1, 2 or