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# Geometry

## 3. If the triangle is obtuse then c2 _____ a2 + b2

4. 5. 6. 7.
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16 17

12 25 x x
x 16 x 7

Are the triangles below right triangles? If not, what kind of triangles are they?

8. 9. 4 95 10.
9 15 15 113
7

36 8
12

Determine whether the numbers can represent the side lengths of a triangle. If they can,
classify the triangle as acute, right, or obtuse. Show work!

11. 26, 35, 62 12. 29, 18, 14 13. 30, 78, 72 14. 17, 19, 22

## Find the area of each figure. (answers rounded to nearest hundredth)

18. 19. 20

10 in 8 ft 28 cm
7 in
12 cm
Find the area AND perimeter of each figure. (answers rounded to nearest hundredth)

21. 11 in 22.
20 m

14 in 16 m 10 m

20 in
Area = _______ Perimeter = _______ Area = _______ Perimeter = _______

## Solve each application problem. Draw a sketch and show work!

23. Find the length of the diagonal of a square which has a perimeter of 12 feet.

24. One leg of a right triangle is twice as long as the other leg. The area of the triangle is 49 square
feet. What is the length of the hypotenuse?

25. A shipping dock has a ramp that is used to help load and unload cargo from trucks. The ramp
is 125 inches long and has a base that is 120 inches long. What is the height of the ramp?

As part of your exercise routine you jog around a park which is shaped like a right isosceles
triangle. One side of the park, the hypotenuse of the triangle, is 850 feet long.

26. What are the lengths of the other two sides that create the park?

27. The recreation board would like to place a fence around the park. The cost of the fencing is \$3.00 per
foot. How much money will it cost to fence in the park?

28. The recreation board also wants to plant new grass over the entire park. How many square feet will
need to be covered with grass seed?

29. If the cost of grass seed is \$5 per square foot, how much will it cost to replant grass in the
entire park?