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Chapter 12: Planes

4 Practice Questions

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Chapter 13: Geometry Probability

17 Practice Questions

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*Chapter 1: Angles *

**(including supplementary, complementary, and vertical) **

1. The ratio of the measures of two complementary angles is 5:4. What is the measure of the *larger *angle?

20

40

50

90

2.

intersect at *E*. If m∠*AED *= 3*x *+ 11 and m∠*CEB *= 125, find *x*.

19

38

42

55

3.

intersect at *E*. If m∠*AED *= 9*x *+ 10 and m∠*BEC *= 2*x *+ 52, find the value of *x*.

46

62/11

6

4

4. The measures of two supplementary angles are in the ratio of 4:5. Find the number of degrees in the measure of the *smaller *angle.

20

80

100

180

5. If two angles are supplementary and one angle is twice as large and the other, find the number of degrees in the measure of the *smaller *angle.

30

90

60

120

6.

intersect at *E*. If m∠*AED *= 2*x *+ 11 and m∠*CEB *= 5*x *- 19, find the value of *x*.

-6

6

-10

10

7. The larger angle of two supplementary angles has a measure of 20° more than the measure of the smaller angle. Find the number of degrees in the measure of the *smaller *angle.

60

80

100

180

8.

intersect at *G*. If m∠*DGB *= 35 and m∠*CGF *= 75, find m∠*AGE*.

35

45

50

70

9. Which pairs of angles *x *and *y *are supplementary?

m∠*x*= 113 and m∠*y*= 67

m∠*x*= 76 and m∠*y*= 14

m∠*x*= 140 and m∠*y*= 190

m∠*x*= 180 and m∠*y*= 180

10.

intersect at *E*, m∠*AEC *= 5*x *- 20, and m∠*DEB *= 2*x *+ 10. Find the value of *x*.

10

14.3

16

271.4

11. Two angles are complementary. If the measure of one angle is 20° more than the measure of the second angle, what is the number of degrees in the measure of the *smaller *angle?

35

55

80

100

12.

intersect at *E*. If m∠*AEC *= 40 and m∠*DEA *= 4*x*, what is the value of *x*?

12.5

35

70

10

13. What is the supplement of an angle that measures 3*x*°?

90° - 3*x*°

3*x*° - 90°

180° - 3*x*°

3*x*° - 180°

14. Two complementary angles are in the ratio 3:2. The number of degrees in the *smaller *angle is

18

36

54

72

15. Two angles are supplementary. If one angle measures twice the other, find the number of degrees in the *smaller *angle.

30

60

90

120

16. The measure of an angle is represented by *x*. The measure of the complement of this angle can be represented as

(90 -*x*)°

(*x*- 90)°

(180 -*x*)°

(*x*- 180)°

17.

In the diagram, lines and at *N*, m∠*JNL *= 6*x *- 74, and m∠*MNK *= 2*x *+ 30. What is the value of *x *?

13

17

26

28

18. Two complementary angles are in the ratio 3:2. The number of degrees in the *larger *angle is

18

36

54

72

19. Two angles are supplementary. If one angle measures twice the other, find the number of degrees in the *larger *angle.

30

60

90

120

20. If two angles are supplementary and one angle is twice as large and the other, find the number of degrees in the measure of the *larger *angle.

30

90

60

120

21.

In the diagram, m∠*ECB *= 6*x*, m∠*ECD *= 3*x *- 11, and m∠*DCB *= 74. What is the value of *x*?

7

14

21

63

22.

In the diagram, ∠1 and ∠2 are supplementary. What is m∠3?

17.5

35

55

70

23. If the complement of ∠*A *is greater than the supplement of ∠*B*, which statement *must *be true?

m∠*A*+ m∠*B*= 180

m∠*A*+ m∠*B*= 90

m∠*A*< m∠*B *

m∠*A*> m∠*B *

at *E*, m∠*AEC *= 3*x*, and m∠*AED *= 5*x *− 60, find the value of *x*.

15

19

20

30

25.

In the diagram:

. If m∠3 = 39, what is m∠1?

39

51

129

141

26.

In the accompanying figure, two lines intersect, m∠3 = 6*t *+ 30, and m∠2 = 8*t *- 60. The number of degrees in m∠4 is _____.

27. In the accompanying diagram,

and

intersect at *E*.

If m∠*AEC *= 4*x *- 40 and m∠*BED *= *x *+ 50, find the number of degrees in m∠*AEC*.

28. If the