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Name the object(s) in the diagram. (Lessøn 1.1)
1. Give two other names Ior
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2. Name three points that are collinear.
3. Give another name Ior plane P.
4. What is another name Ior
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5. Name two pairs oI opposite rays.
6. Give another name Ior
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7. Name the intersection oI line * and
AC .
Plot the given points in a coordinate plane. Then determine whether the
line segments named are congruent. (Lessøn 1.2)
8. P(5, 2), Q(3, 2), R(1, 7), S(1, 2);
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9. E(15, 9), F(11, 9), G(7, 19), H(7, 7);
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ln each diagram, is the midpoint of the segment. Find the indicated
length. (Lessøn 1.3)
10. Eind GM. 11. Eind 1J.
12. Eind the coordinates oI the midpoint oI the segment with endpoints G(6, 7) and
H(10, 1). (Lesson 1.3)
13. Eind the coordinates oI the other endpoint oI a segment with given endpoint
Q(2, 3) and midpoint M(6, 4). (Lesson 1.3)
Use the given information to 6nd the indicated angle measure. (Lessøn 1.4)
14. Given mABC 123, fnd mABD. 15. Given mJKL 70, fnd mMKL.
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Plot the points in a coordinate plane and draw /16. Classify the angle.
Then give the coordinates of a point that lies in the interior of the angle.
(Lessøn 1.4)
16. 4(1, 2), 5(1, 4), 6(2, 4) 17. 4(0, 9), 5(2, 0), 6(6, 1)
1 and 2 are complementary angles. Given the measure of 1, 6nd
2. (Lessøn 1.5)
18. M1 35 19. M1 16 20. M1 80 21. M1 54
Tell whether the 6gure is a polygon and whether it is VÛiÝ or VV>Ûi.
(Lessøn 1.6)
22. 23. 24.
Each 6gure is a regular polygon. Find the value of Ý. (Lessøn 1.6)
25.
26.
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(4 16) m
(7 29) m
Copy and complete the statement. (Lessøn 1.7)
28. 15 m
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29. 50 It
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30. 738 in.
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ln E×ercises 3133, use the following information. (Lessøn 1.7)
0IZZA0AN A circular pizza pan has a diameter oI 15 inches.
31. How many inches would be needed to enclose the outside oI the pan with a
cardboard strip?
32. How many square inches oI pizza can be made in this pan?
33. Would a rectangular pan that measures 12 inches by 15 inches make a larger pizza?
%XPLAIN your reasoning.
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