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# Name: ___________________________________________ Maintenance Sheet #4

## Geometry Ms. Bramanti

Due: Friday October 23, 2009

## 1. What is the value of x in the equation 2. The measures of two

6( x − 2) = 36 − 10 x ? complementary angles are
represented by (3 x +15 ) and ( 2 x −10 ).
(1) -6 (3) 3 What is the value of x?
(2) 1.5 (4) 6
(1) 17 (3) 35
(2) 19 (4) 37

## 3. If the measures, in degrees, of the 4. The accompanying diagram shows

three angles of a triangle are x, x + 10, intersecting lines  and m. Solve for
and 2 x − 6, the triangle must be the value of x?

## (1) isosceles (3) right

(2) equilateral (4) scalene

## 5. What is the negation of the statement 6. Which statement is logically

"Squares are parallelograms"? equivalent to "If I am in a
mathematics class, then I am having
(1) Parallelograms are squares. fun"?
(2) Parallelograms are not squares. (1) If I am not in a mathematics class,
(3) It is not the case that squares are then I am not having fun.
parallelograms. (2) If I am having fun, then I am in a
(4) It is not the case that parallelograms are mathematics class.
squares. (3) If I am not having fun, then I am
not in a mathematics class.
(4) If I am in a mathematics class,
then I am not having fun.

## 7. What is the converse of the 8. If 2(x + 3) = x + 10, then x equals

statement "If Alicia goes to Albany,
(1) 14 (3) 5
then Ben goes to Buffalo"? (2) 7 (4) 4
(1) If Alicia does not go to Albany,
then Ben does not go to Buffalo.
(2) Alicia goes to Albany if and only if
Ben goes to Buffalo.
(3) If Ben goes to Buffalo, then Alicia
goes to Albany.
(4) If Ben does not go to Buffalo, then
Alicia does not go to Albany.
9. Which set of numbers could be the 10. The expression 50 can be simplified to
lengths of the sides of a right
(1) 5 2 (3) 2 25
triangle?
(1) {10,24,26} (3) {3,4,6} (2) 5 10 (4) 25 2
(2) {12,16,30} (4) {4,7,8}