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### 2.4 & 2.5 TEST REVIEW

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Properties ~ 100 Points

Name the property.

If a = b, then a + c = b + c.

Properties ~ 100 Points

Back

Properties ~ 200 Points

Name the property.

If a = b, then a x c = b x c.

Properties ~ 200 Points

Multiplication

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Properties ~ 300 Points

Name the property.

a = a

Properties ~ 300 Points

Reflexive

Back

Properties ~ 400 Points

Name the property.

If a = b and b = c, then a = c.

Properties ~ 400 Points

Transitive

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Properties ~ 1000 Points

What Law of Deductive Reasoning is similar to the transitive property?

Properties ~ 1000 Points

Law of Syllogism

Back

Properties ~ 100 Points

Name the property.

If a = b, then a - c = b - c.

Properties ~ 100 Points

Subtraction

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Properties ~ 200 Points

Name the property.

If a = b, then b = a.

Properties ~ 200 Points

Symmetric Property

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Properties ~ 300 Points

Name the property.

If a = b, then b can replace a in any expression.

Properties ~ 300 Points

Substitution

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Properties~ 400 Points

Name the Property.

a(b + c) = ab + ac

Properties ~ 400 Points

• distributive

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Properties ~ 500 Points

What are the 3 properties that make up the Properties of Congruence?

Properties ~ 500 Points

Reflexive, Symmetric, Transitive

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Proofs ~ 100 Points
• What is the name of the proofs we are learning?
Proofs ~ 100 Points

• 2-Column Proofs

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Proofs ~ 200 Points
• What goes on the first line of a 2-column proof?
Proofs ~ 200 Points

Given

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Proofs ~ 300 Points
• What goes on the last line of a

2-column proof?

Proofs ~ 300 Points
• What you were trying to prove and QED

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Proofs ~ 400 Points

What goes in the right column of 2-column proofs?

Proofs ~ 400 Points

• Properties, postulates, justifications

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Proofs ~ 500 Points

What goes in the left column of 2-column proofs?

Proofs ~ 500 Points

• steps

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Angles ~ 100 Points
• A pair of non-adjacent angles formed by the intersection of two straight lines.
Angles ~ 100 Points

Vertical angles

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Angles ~ 200 Points
• Two angles in a plane that share a common vertex and side but do not overlap.
Angles ~ 200 Points

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Angles ~ 300 Points
• Two angles that add to 180°.
Angles ~ 300 Points

Supplementary

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Angles ~ 400 Points

Write the equation that Angle Addition Postulate gives you for the figure below.

Angles ~ 400 Points

m<AXE + m<EXC = m<AXC

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Angles ~ 500 Points
• Find the measure of <AOB

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Angles ~ 500 Points

30°

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Angles ~ 100 Points

What is another name for vertical angles?

Angles ~ 100 Points

Opposite Angles

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Angles ~ 200 Points

Two angles that add to 90°.

Angles ~ 200 Points

Complementary

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Angles ~ 300 Points

Find m<2, if m<4 = 75°.

Angles ~ 300 Points

75°

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Angles ~ 400 Points
• Find the measure of <DOC

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60°

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Angles ~ 400 Points

30°

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Angles ~ 500 Points
• A ray or segment that divides and angle into 2 congruent angles.
Angles ~ 500 Points

Angle Bisector

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JEOPARDY

Double Jeopardy ~ 1000 points
• Give a reason for each step.

Distributive Property

Simplify (Like Terms)

Subtraction Property

Division Property

Final Jeopardy
• Discuss how much you will wager with your team. You can wager as little as or up to as many points as you have.

Quod Erat Demonstrandum

Therefore it is true!