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District Midterm

Geometry EOC

Appendix G

**Algebra 1 End-of-Course and Geometry End-of-Course
**

Assessments Reference Sheet

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Geometry EOC Test Item Specifications

Florida Department of Education | G-4

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Geometry EOC Appendix G Algebra 1 End-of-Course and Geometry End-of-Course Assessments Reference Sheet Distance between two points Slope formula y2 y1 x2 x1 (x2 − x1)2 + (y2 − y1)2 x1 y1 x2 y2 Midpoint between two points Slope-intercept form of a linear equation ( ( Quadratic formula - Point-slope form of a linear equation y1 x1 x1 y1 Special Right Triangles x x x G-5 | Trigonometric Ratios x x x Geometry EOC Test Item Specifications A° sin A° opposite hypotenuse cos A° adjacent hypotenuse tan A° opposite adjacent Florida Department of Education .

B) If ∠B is NOT equal to 20 degrees. then ∠B is equal to 20 degrees.Geometry District Midterm Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1 Determine the contrapositive of the statement below. the triangles cannot be proven congruent. –8) . ΔABC ≅ ΔACD. C) If ∠B is NOT an acute angle. what are the coordinates of point C? A) (3. B) Yes. –7) C) (–2. A) If ∠B is an acute angle. D) No. D) None of the above. 5). what is a correct congruence statement? A) Yes. The coordinates of endpoint D in CD are at D(5. ΔCAB ≅ ΔDAC. 2 3 Is there enough information to conclude that the two triangles are congruent? If so. then ∠B is NOT acute. If the midpoint of the segment is at M(1. –6) 1 D) (–3. If ∠B is 20 degrees. C) Yes. –1). then ∠B is an acute angle. then ∠B is NOT equal to 20 degrees. ΔACB ≅ ΔACD. 2) B) (–3.

true. then they are NOT perpendicular.4 The octagon in the figure is equiangular and AB ≅ AC. Find m∠ACB. 6 Can you use the SAS Postulate. A) If two lines are perpendicular. the AAS Theorem. D) If two lines do NOT intersect at right angles. C) If two lines do NOT intersect at right angles. then they intersect at right angles. true. then they are NOT perpendicular. or both to prove the triangles congruent? A) either SAS or AAS C) AAS only B) SAS only D) neither 2 . false. B) If two lines are perpendicular. false. then they intersect at right angles. then the lines are perpendicular. A) 135 5 B) 45 C) 30 D) 90 What is the inverse of the conditional below? What is the truth value of the inverse? If two lines intersect at right angles.

A) 94 9 ∠NPM ≅ A) ∠ABC B) 101 C) 96 D) 84 B) ∠BAC C) ∠BCA D) ∠CAB ? 3 . III.7 Which two lines are parallel? 3y = −2x − 3 3y = 3 + 4x 3y + 2x = −1 I. What is the value of x? The diagram is not to scale. 8 A) I and III C) II and III B) I and II D) No two of the lines are parallel. A star patterned quilt has a star with the angles shown. II.

10 11 Given the figure below. For what value of x is ABCD a rhombus? A) 4 B) 5 C) 6 4 D) 7 .4 C) 128. B) ABCD is a trapezoid D) None of the above A road sign is in the shape of a regular heptagon. What is the measure of each angle on the sign? Round to the nearest tenth. what can you conclude? A) ABCD is a kite C) ABCD is a rhombus. A) 900 12 B) 231. m∠ACD = 2x + 4 and m∠ACB = 5x − 11.6 D) 64.3 In parallelogram ABCD.

GE = 10 2 2 Name the theorem or postulate that lets you immediately conclude ΔABD ≅ ΔCBD. GE = 7 C) BG = 7. A) BG = 14.13 Name a fourth point in plane TUW. Find BG and GE. G is the centroid and BE = 21. GE = 15 4 4 1 1 D) BG = 10 . GE = 14 1 3 B) BG = 5 . A) Y 14 15 B) Z C) W D) X In ΔACE. A) AAS B) SAS C) ASA 5 D) none of these .

find the length of QS and TV. The plan below shows two other parallel roadways that intersect First Street and Third Street. The numbered streets will be parallel and run East and West. What is the measure of ∠1? A) 36° 17 18 B) 54° C) 126° D) 136° Which triangles are congruent by ASA? A) ΔHGF and ΔVTU C) none B) ΔABC and ΔGFH D) ΔHGF and ΔABC Given ΔQRS ≅ ΔTUV. Maple Avenue forms a 54° angle with Third Street as shown. and TV = 5v − 8.16 A city engineer reviews a plan for four city streets. A) 58 B) 57 C) 73 6 D) 13 . QS = 4v + 5.

The diagram is not to scale. what is SU? A) SU = 96 B) SU = 48 C) SU = 32 7 D) SU = 6 . The diagram is not to scale. Find the measure of ∠DFG.19 Find m∠Q. A) 103° 20 22 C) 87° D) 110° Find the value of x. m∠DFG = x + 4. A) x = 23 21 B) 77° B) x = 13 C) x = 40 D) none of these ∠DFG and ∠JKL are complementary angles. and m∠JKL = x − 10. A) ∠DFG = 52° C) ∠DFG = 38° B) ∠DFG = 97° D) ∠DFG = 83° If T is the midpoint of SU.

b = 67 C) a = 113. Find m∠T. KM = 4x + 18 and LN = 50. A) a = 144. Find the value of x.The diagram is not to scale. b = 36 D) a = 113. b = 67 B) a = 144. A) 30° B) 60° C) 70° 8 D) 80° . A) 7 25 B) 32 C) 8 D) 9 m∠R = 140° and m∠S = 80°. The diagram is not to scale. b = 36 In rectangle KLMN.23 24 Find the values of a and b.

26 Triangle LMN has the vertices shown on the coordinate grid.6 units In the figure shown. m∠AED = 120°.8 units C) 8 units D) 8. D) ∠AED and ∠BEC are adjacent angles. Which is closest to the length of LM? A) 7 units 27 B) 7. Which of the following statements is false? Not drawn to scale A) m∠AEB = 60° C) m∠BEC = 120° B) ∠BEC and ∠CED are adjacent angles. 9 .

A) 95 ft 29 C) 47.28 Use the information in the diagram to determine the height of the tree. What is LM? A) 121 30 B) 45.5 ft D) 190 ft LM is the midsegment of T rapezoid ABCD.5 ft B) 110 C) 222 D) 111 If ∠A ≅ ∠D and ∠C ≅ ∠F. AB = 56 and DC = 166. The diagram is not to scale. which additional statement does NOT allow you to conclude that ΔABC ≅ ΔDEF? A) BC ≅ EF C) AC ≅ DF B) ∠B ≅ ∠E D) AB ≅ DE 10 .

then you did NOT determine the midpoint of the segment. D) All of the above 33 && → SQ bisects ∠RST. Write an expression for ∠RST. GI = 3 and GE = 5 . C) If you determined a point that is NOT the average of the coordinates of the endpoints of a segment. The diagram is not to scale.31 Point G is on the bisector of ∠DEF.5 11 D) 4x – 9 . then you did NOT determine a point that is the average of the coordinates of the segment endpoints. A) 4x – 18 B) 2x – 9 C) x – 4. What is the length of GH ? A) 3 32 B) 4 C) 5 D) 34 Which of the following is logically equivalent to the following statement? If you determined a point that is the average of the coordinates of the endpoints of a segment. then you determined the midpoint of the segment. A) If you did NOT determine the midpoint of the segment. then you determined a point that is the average of the coordinates of the segment endpoints. and m∠RSQ = 2x − 9. B) If you determined the midpoint of the segment.

A) ∠1 C) ∠3 B) ∠2 D) not enough information in the diagram 12 . Which of the following would be sufficient to prove that LMNO is a square? A) MN and LO have the same slope. B) MO bisects LN. C) MO ⊥ LN D) MN ⊥ LM 35 Which labeled angle has the greatest measure? The diagram is not to scale. Each side has a length of 2 2 units.34 Quadrilateral LMNO has vertices as shown below.

Which of the following statements is correct? A) Restroom facility R is closer. A) 107° B) 117° C) 63° 13 D) 73° . C) Both restroom facilities are the same distance from the tourist. B) Restroom facility S is closer. The tourist wants to go to the nearest restroom facility. The diagram is not to scale. D) The only distance that can be determined correctly is RS. 37 Find m∠A.36 A tourist is standing at point T in the following diagram.

The plan requires that PQ Ä SR and m∠PQR = 48°. Which can NOT represent the distance he is from his house at the end of the walk? A) 25 yards C) 165 yards B) 85 yards D) 210 yards A landscaper plans a garden next to a house as shown below.38 In the parallelogram. The diagram is not to scale. if m∠2 = 4x − 18 and m∠4 = 3x − 8. He walks 100 yards in one direction and then 80 yards in another direction. What is the measure of ∠QRS? A) 42° B) 48° C) 54° 14 D) 132° . m∠QRP = 46 and m∠PRS = 50°. What is m∠PQR? A) 46 39 41 C) 84 D) 96 For the parallelogram. A) 168° 40 B) 50 B) 158° C) 10° D) 22° Anthony leaves his house to go on a walk. find m∠1.

Find m∠WZC.42 43 If m∠DBC = 98°. A) m∠AOB = 43° B) m∠AOB = 33° C) m∠AOB = 34° D) m∠AOB = 24° 15 . find the degree measure of ∠AOB. The diagram is not to scale. what is the relationship between AD and CD? A) AD < CD C) AD > CD B) not enough information D) AD = CD ZC is an altitude and ∠CYW = 64°. m∠BOC = 2x + 10. and m∠AOB = 4x − 15. A) 30° 44 B) 90° C) 26° D) 64° If m∠AOC = 67°.

Find AC. Geometry District Midterm Fill-In Response 46 What is the value of x? 47 Points B. A) If a point is in the first quadrant. then its coordinates are positive. then the point is in the first quadrant. then its coordinates are positive.45 What is the converse of the following conditional? If a point is in the first quadrant. The diagram is not to scale. EC = 30 and DF = 23. 16 . D) If the coordinates of a point are not positive. and F are midpoints of the sides of ΔACE. D. B) If a point is not in the first quadrant. then the point is not in the first quadrant. C) If the coordinates of a point are positive. then the coordinates of the point are not positive.

B(4. 17 . find the value of x. and EG = 143. The drawing is not to scale. 2). –1). 49 Find the perimeter of parallelogram ABDC with vertices A(–2. find the value of x. 2). The diagram is not to scale. FG = 53. D(0.48 Given that lines f and g are parallel. and C(–6. –1). 50 If EF = 5x + 15.

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