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UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO HIGH SCHOOL 77 Assumption Rd.

, Baguio City, Philippines (074) 442-4915 local 221 Mathematics 1B Q1 Worksheet, School Year 2012-2013 Name: ________________________________________ Year-Section: ________________ Date:_________________ Score: ______________

General instructions: 1. Read and understand each specific instruction in each test before you answer. 2. Work individually and protect your answer/s at all times. 3. Erasure of any kind on your final answer will make it wrong. 4. Good luck and may God bless you and your exam! I. MENTAL MATH (ACQUIRED) - 1 point per solution/answer A. Representation These are some of the objects around us that could represent a point or line or plane. Place two (2) objects to its corresponding column in the table below.

Blackboard Sun rays Clothes line

corner of a table Electric wire Basketball court

intersection of the side wall and ceiling intersection of the side wall, front wall, and ceiling Edge of a table
Objects that could represent a plane

Objects that could represent a point

Objects that could represent a line

1.

2.

3.

B. Identification Use the figure below to identify what is being asked. Write the complete answer(s) on the space before the number.

.A
.F
k

. .E

.C

.
.H

.G
J

_________________ 4. In the interior of the circle, name the plane that can be formed by the three points not on the same line. _________________ 5. Give other names for plane M. For items 11-14, use the given figure at the right. _____________________ 6. Name the lines that intersect with CD. _____________________ 7. What are the lines concurrent to EH? For items 15-18, use the figure below to identify what is asked. Write your answer on the space before each number.

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_____________________ 8. Name the points which are on line segment FJ. _____________________ 9. Name 3 points which are not on ray EG. For items 19-20, estimate the measure of each given angle and state if the measure is correct or wrong. Write your answer on the space provided.

10. _____________________ II. WRITTEN MATH (MEANING) 2 points per solution/answer A. Given the number line below, determine the lengths of the given segments. Write the number statement on the first line and the final answer on the second line.

-16 -10

-4

14

20

26

32

38

44

50

56

62

68

74

11-12. AP = _____________ = _____________

13-14. CK = _____________ = ____________

Using the figure above, state if the given pairs of segments below are congruent or not; then explain why yes or not. Write YES/NO on the space before the number while the reason(s) on the space after the given. ______________ 15-16. GB & ID; ___________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________. Given the figure, find the measure of the given angle or determine the angle with the given measure. Write the final answer on the line before the number and the number statement on the line after the given. _____________ 17-18. Angle DCH; ______________________ _____________ 19-20. 42 degrees;_____________________

21-22. If angle N is an obtuse angle, solve for the smallest and largest possible values of x and N (round off values to whole numbers only)? Encircle your final answers.

Solution(s):

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23-24. A, B, and C are the three points on a line. If AB=BC, and the coordinates of A and C are equal to -8 and 10, respectively, what is the coordinate of B? Encircle/box your final answer.

Solution (Include the representation):

___________ 25-26. If mLPMN= 95 and mLPMO=55, find mLNMO.

Solution:

___________ 27-28. The mLCBD is 10 less than the mLABD. If D is in the interior of LABC and the mLABC is 90, what is mLCBD?

C. CHALLENGE PROBLEMS (PERFORMANCE) Use rubric 5-2-1-0 per solution/answer Analyze the following problems or situations before you solve. 29. Name 3 acute angles and find their measures using a protractor. Answers: NAME MEASURE

30. A point has no dimension. A line has a dimension. How come that a line composed of dimensionless points has a dimension? Discuss your answer briefly. ________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ .

Prepared by:

Nelson A. Odasco Subject Teacher

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