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Analytic geometry. Jeopardy Review. Rules. Every team will answer all questions. For your team to win points: Your whole team must participate in reaching the answer. The answer must be clearly written enough for the elderly and poorly sighted Ms. Timan to read.

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Analytic geometry

### Jeopardy Review

Rules

Every team will answer all questions. For your team to win points:

• Your whole team must participate in reaching the answer.
• The answer must be clearly written enough for the elderly and poorly sighted Ms. Timan to read.
• You will win ½ points if it is not your turn
• You will win full points if it is your turn
• You may steal if the current team answers incorrectly
Analytic Geometry

Lengths/Circles

Midpoints

Geometric shapes

Lines

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Done!

A square sits inside a circle. The circle is centered at (0, 0) and has the point (4, 3) on it’s edge. What is the area of the square?

A triangle has verticies: A(1, 2) B(5, 7) and C(-4, 2).

What is the length of the median that connects the midpoint of AB to C?

Prove the following to be true or false:

The diagonals of the rectangle A(-4, 1), B(-1, 3), C(3, -3) and D(0, -5) bisect each other.

What kind of shape is:

A(2, -5), B(7, -3), C(1, 4), D(-4, 2)?

What is the distance from the midpoint of the chord A(2, 5) B(0, 3) to the center of the circle (2, 3)?

What is the equation of the circle that just barely touches each of the corners of the triangle A(1, 2) B(2, 6) and C(5, 4)

What is the equation of the perpendicular bisector to the line between points:

(2, 3) and (5, 7)?