MATH

Use the figure to answer the following questions.
figure for questions 1–3
1.
Name a pair of complementary angles. (1 point)

angle sign1 and angle sign4
angle sign1 and angle sign2
angle sign3 and angle sign4
angle sign1 and angle sign6

2.
If mangle sign1 = 37°, what is the measure of angle sign4? (1 point)

53°
43°
37°
27°

3.
If mangle sign1 = 40°, what is the measure of 5? (1 point)

50°
40°
35°
25°

Use the figure to answer the following questions. Assume that line JL and line MP are parallel.

figure
4.
Name a pair of alternate interior angles. (1 point)

angle sign3 and angle sign4
angle sign1 and angle sign6
angle sign3 and angle sign6
angle sign5 and angle sign6

5.
If mangle sign4 = 105°, then what is the mangle sign8? (1 point)

105°
75°
175°
25°

Use the congruent triangles shown to answer the following questions.

congruent triangles
6.
angle signABC is congruent to which angle? (1 point)

angle signCAB
angle signXYZ
angle signXZY
angle signYZX

7.
Side BC is congruent to which side? (1 point)

Side ZX
Side YX
Side XY
Side YZ

8.

. Find EF and mD. If necessary, round your answer to the nearest tenth.

right triangle
(1 point)

10; 37°
17; 53°
10; 53°
14; 37°

9.
Find the degree measure of the third angle of the triangle.

right triangle
(1 point)

90°
24°
32°
52°

10.
Translate triangle ABC 2 units right and 4 units down. What are the new coordinates for point A?

graph


(1 point)

(0, –3)
(–3, 0)
(2, –1)
(–1, 2)

11.
Name the triangles that are classified by angles. (1 point)

right, scalene, isosceles
scalene, isosceles, equilateral
acute, right, obtuse
obtuse, isosceles, acute

12.
Classify the triangle by side length and angle measurement.

triangle
(1 point)

scalene, acute
isosceles, acute
scalene, right
equilateral, obtuse

13.
Name the quadrilaterals that have four equal sides. (1 point)

rhombus, square
square, rectangle
parallelogram, rhombus
rhombus, trapezoid

14.
What is the sum of the interior angles for a pentagon? (1 point)

900º
540º
720º
108º

15.
Find the value of the missing angle.

angles
(1 point)

50º
60º
100º
240º

16.
Find the area of the triangle.

triangle
(1 point)

32.55 ft²
24.81 ft²
16.275 ft²
11.0 ft²

17.
Find the area of the parallelogram.

parallelogram
(1 point)

105 in²
110 in²
52.5 in²
210 in²

18.
Find the area of the trapezoid.
trapezoid
(1 point)

112.5 mm²
72 mm²
40.5 mm²
56.25 mm²

19.

Note: This item has been reviewed and is scheduled to be updated. All students will receive full credit for any response to the following.
Identify a sequence of transformations that maps triangle ABC onto triangle A''B''C'' in the image below.

graph with two triangles
(1 point)

Clockwise 270° rotation; reflection over the x-axis
Counterclockwise 90° rotation; reduction
Counterclockwise 270° rotation; reflection over the y-axis
Enlargement; clockwise 270° rotation


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  2. oh no this is a buch of lessons together but all i need to know is how you find the area of something i still cant understand my teacher i just needed u to see what im working on in case so ya.

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  3. i think number 2 is 37 but not to sure.

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    posted by lucy
  4. a b c or d

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  5. 2=5

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  6. What are the answers?

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  7. ????????

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    posted by Anon
  8. Ok so ok guys this is a test so who ever has this test once you have take nthe test type in the right anssers after you sumbit because it will tell you what they are so when your done with the test post the the answers here.

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  9. I'm doing the test but idk the answers. PLS HELP!!!!!!!

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  10. Ok but if you do find the answers post them here ok?

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  11. Or if you fail the test type in the right answers here!

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  12. answers

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  13. what are the answers please i'm failing this class and can't fail

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    posted by yo
  14. 1. A
    2. C
    3. B
    4. B
    5. A
    6. C
    7. D
    8. C
    9. B
    10. B
    11. B
    12. B
    13. A
    14. B
    15. B
    16. C
    17. B
    18. C
    19. C
    20. 180 rotation around the origin; reflection over the x-axis
    translation (x,y) -> (x - 2, y + 0); reflection over the line x = -1
    enlargement; reflection over the y-axis
    Reflection over the x-axis; reduction
    21.area: 3.14*23^2
    circ: 2*3.14*23
    22.area: 3.14*23^2
    circ: 2*3.14*23
    23.The x is 8 because 10 inch times 2 is 20 then 4 times 2 is 8 and 8 is the answer

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  15. Anonymous is SO WRONG...
    here is the answers
    b
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    c
    c
    d
    a
    d
    d
    c
    c
    c
    c
    d
    b
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  16. yo ammie is not right.. just stick with Anononymous

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  17. Can someone but it in word form?

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