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One of the best ways to succeed in Geometry is to practice taking real test questions. This volume contains 133 problems on Three-Dimensional Figures divided into four chapters: Definitions and Shapes; Rectangular Solids; Cylinders, Cones, Spheres; and Prisms and Pyramids. Try the problems. With a little Practice, Practice, Practice, you’ll be Perfect, Perfect, Perfect. Good Luck!!!

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Questions

Chapter 12: Planes

4 Practice Questions

Answers to Practice Questions

Chapter 13: Geometry Probability

17 Practice Questions

Answers to Practice Questions

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 = 3x + 11 and m∠CEB = 125, find x.

19

38

42

55

3.

intersect at E. If m∠AED = 9x + 10 and m∠BEC = 2x + 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 = 2x + 11 and m∠CEB = 5x - 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 = 5x - 20, and m∠DEB = 2x + 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 = 4x, what is the value of x?

12.5

35

70

10

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

90° - 3x°

3x° - 90°

180° - 3x°

3x° - 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 = 6x - 74, and m∠MNK = 2x + 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 = 6x, m∠ECD = 3x - 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 = 3x, and m∠AED = 5x − 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 = 6t + 30, and m∠2 = 8t - 60. The number of degrees in m∠4 is _____.

27. In the accompanying diagram,

and

intersect at E.

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

28. If the