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# 1. Which of the following illustrates parallelogram?

a. Flagpole c. Chalk
b. Chalkboard d. Pyramid
2. Which of the following is a parallelogram based on the measurements given respectively?
a. 1,2,2,2 c. 2,5,2,5
b. 2,5,2,3 d. 2,6,3,5

3. If the sum of two consecutive angles of a parallelogram is subtracted by 50, what will be the
difference?
a. 180 c. 130
b. 40 d. 150
(4 – 5) I. In a parallelogram, any two opposite sides are congruent.

## II. In a parallelogram, any two opposite angles are congruent.

III. In a parallelogram, any two consecutive angles are supplementary.
IV. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other.

## Sol. 1 Sol. 2 Find ∠B Sol. 3 Find ∠B

AB = DC ∠A + ∠B = 180 ∠B ≅ ∠D

## 15 = 3 + X ∠B = 180 – 60 120 ≅ 120

15 – 3 = X ∠B = 120

12 = X

4. Base from the 1st solution, which if the conditions justify the situation?
a. I c. IV
b. III d. II

5. Solution 2 and 3 aim to find the m∠B, which of the following condition justify the solution?
a. I,II c. I,III
b. III, IV d. II,IV

6. If one angle of a rhombus measures 110, find the value of the ∠ adjacent to it.
a. 90 c. 80
b. 70 d. 60

## 7. Parallelogram ABCD has measures AB = 25 opposite to CD = x + 5. Find the value of x?

a. 25 c. 20
b. 30 d. 35
8. If LI is 3x – 14 and KJ = x + 10 what is LI?
a. 12 c. 22
b. 24 d. 32

## a. CPCTC c. Definition of a parallelogram

b. Diagonal d. Reflexive property

10. In the rectangle LOVE, LV = 20cm. Find the length of the diagonal LE?

a. 20 c. 30
b. 15 d. 40

## Prove: LODI is a rhombus

STATEMENTS REASON
1. Parallelogram LODI 1. Given
2. LI ≅ DO, DO ≅ DI 2. ?
3. ∠L + ∠O = 180 3. Two consecutive angles of a parallelogram
are supplementary.
4. LX ≅ XD 4. ?
5. LODI is a rhombus 5. ?

11. Base from the table above LI ≅ DO, LO ≅ DI, what will be the possiblereason?
12. Justify the statement given LX ≅ XO
13. What theorem justifies the statement?
14. Triangle PQR is similar to triangle DEF as shown.

Which describes the relationship between the corresponding sides of the two triangles?

## a. ADC and BCD

E
b. AED and BEC
c. DAB and BCD
d. DEC and BEA C
D

## then it is a rhombus. Which of the following is a counterexample to the statement above?

A) C)

B) D)

17. Which figure can serve as a counterexample to the statement, If one pair of opposite sides of a
quadrilateral is parallel, then the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.
a. Rectangle
b. Rhombus
c. Square
d. trapezoid
18. Which of the following is NOT a way to prove a quadrilateral is a parallelogram?
a. The diagonals of the quadrilateral bisect each other.
b. One pair of opposite sides of the quadrilateral are both parallel and congruent.
c. One pair of opposite angles of the quadrilateral are congruent.
d. Both pairs of opposite sides of the quadrilateral are congruent.
19. What is the sum of the interior angles of a parallelogram?
a. 180°
b. 360°
c. 540°
d. Varies on the type of quadrilateral
20. In order to prove quadrilateral ABCD is a rectangle, what would be the statement
that proves ABCD is a rectangle?

a. and
b. and
c. and
d. and and

a. 6
b. 12
c. 18
d. 3

## 22. The trapezoid ABCD, AC = 300, EF = 40 what is BD?

a. 30
b. 50
c. 20
d. 40

23. What is the median of a trapezoid having the bases of 10cm and 14 cm?
a. 12
b. 24
c. 140
d. 70
24. Chris is planning a play area shaped like this polygon. She draws a model similar to the
desired play area. If the length of the longest side of her model is 33 cm, what is the length
of the shortest side of the model?

a. 9 cm
b. 12 cm
c. 13 cm
d. 16 cm
25. Given: Trapezoid ABCD (not isosceles) which triangle is equal in area to triangle ABD?
a. ΔACD
b. ΔBDC
c. ΔBEC
d. ΔBEA

26. In quadrilateral PLAY is a kite of PA, if PA = 20cm, LY =16cm what is the area of PLAY?
a. 160
b. 320
c. 80
d. 120

## 27. Which statement is true for every trapezoid?

a. Exactly two sides are congruent.
b. Opposite angles are supplementary.
c. Exactly two sides are parallel.
d. The diagonals bisect each other.
28. Which statement is true for every kite?
a. Opposite sides are congruent.
b. Opposite angles are supplementary.
c. At least two sides are parallel.
d. The diagonals are perpendicular.
29. Two consecutive angles of a trapezoid are right angles. Three of the following statements about the trapezoid could be
true. Which statement CANNOT be true?
a. The two right angles are base angles.
b. The diagonals are not congruent.
c. Two of the sides are congruent.
d. No two sides are congruent.
30.

## 31. What is the value of x when 2:5 = 10:x

a. 50 c. 20
b. 25 d. 100
32. Two complementary angles are in the ratio 1:4, find the measure of the larger angle?
a. 72 c. 36
b. 18 d. 54
33. The angles of the triangle are in the ratio 2:3:5, find the measure of each angle?
a. 36:54:90 c. 34:56:90
b. 20:30:50 d. 30:60:90

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41. Ssssssssssss
42. Sssssssssss
43. If two sides of a triangle and the included angle are congruent to the corresponding sides and
angles of another triangle, then two triangles are congruent, the postulate used is?
a. SAS
b. SSS
c. AAS
d. HL

44. If three sides of one triangle are congruent, the three sides of another are triangle are
congruent what postulate is used?
a. ASA
b. SSS
c. SAS
d. AAS
45. As marked, by which method would it be possible to prove these triangles similar?

a. AA
b. SSS
c. SAS
d. Not similar

46. As marked, by which method would it be possible to prove these triangles similar?

a. AA
b. SSS
c. SAS
d. Not similar

47. As marked, by which method would it be possible to prove these triangles similar?
a. AA
b. SSS
c. SAS
d. Not similar