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This is an independent BINGO game to start the year of Geometry. It includes level 1 and level 2 problems.

This is an independent BINGO game to start the year of Geometry. It includes level 1 and level 2 problems.

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Use this to study for your test next period!! Redo problems and check your solutions (on edline)

Angle Addition and Angle Bisectors (bisector splits an angle directly in half)

1. [level 1] Look at the figure at the right. If

figure below. If

m ARS=136

3. [level 1] If AE

, what is

mGRM ?

bisects

4. [level 2] If

is

5. [level 1] If

a.

m1=64

, determine

m2= _______

6. [level 2] If

b.

m 4= _______

If

BR

at the right.

0

^

mCMR=63 , what is m CRB

?

a. What is

^

m IC

?

b. What is

m RSI ?

Midpoint

^

ESC is a right angle and m ^

ER=m RI

.

DG

, DO = 3x + 9 and OG = 5x 1, what is the value of x?

CT

, AC = x2 + 4x + 30 and TA = 42, what is the positive value of x? Hint:

quadratic!

11. [level 1] Points W, X, Y, and Z lie on a number line in alphabetical order. If W has coordinate -5.1, Z has

coordinate 4, WX = 2, and YZ = 2.3, what is XY?

12. [level 1] On a number line, points A, B, and C are collinear with point B between A and C. Point C is located

at 10, point A is located at 2, and AB is as long as BC. Where is point B located?

13. [level 2] On a number line, points D, E, and F are collinear with point E between points D and F. Point D is

located at -4, F is located at 18, and DE is

1

3

14. [level 1] If

n mm 4=33o , what is m 7 ?

m 4=( 2 x +16 )

, and

a. [level 1] Which line(s) is the transversal?

b. [level 1] Which lines, if any, are perpendicular?

c. [level 2] Which lines, if any, are parallel?

Slopes and Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

17. [level 1] What is the slope of a line that is parallel to the line

1

4

y= x

3

5 ?

18. [level 1] What is the slope of a line that is parallel to the line that contains the points (4, 2) and (-3, 8)?

19. [level 1] What is the slope of any line perpendicular to the graph of y = -7x 3?

20. [level 2]

a. Line k passes through the point (5, 7). Line r passes through the points (4, 2) and (-3, 8) and is

perpendicular to line k. Write an equation that describes line k.

b. Write an equation for the line that passes through the point (0, 9) and is parallel to the graph of 8x

3y = 15.

21.

a. Draw a convex hexagon.

22. Circle all the correct ways to name the following line. Find the number of correct names on your bingo

board.

AC

CA

CT

CAT

Cm

Triangle Inequality

23. [level 2] Points C, D, and E are not collinear, CD = 11, CE = 5, and DE = x. Which of the following could be

true? Circle all that apply. Find the number of correct x-values on your bingo board.

19

3

x = 11

x=

x = 16

x = 8.2

x = 6.1

x = 15.8

x=9

x=3

24. [level 1] If two angles ( 12 ) are supplementary and congruent, what are their measures?

m1=

m2=

UNIT 1 BINGO!

As you solve each question, look for the answer on your BINGO board!

You get a sticker for your first 4 bingos.

If you complete every problem (showing your work), filling in your entire board, you get a HW PASS!!

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