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Chapter 1 Test
Form G
Do you know HOW?
1. Draw a net for the figure.
Use the diagram at the right for Exercises 2–4.
Note that in this diagram ST pierces the plane at
T. The point S is not contained in the plane.
2. What is another name for plane Z?
3. Name two opposite rays in the diagram.
4. Where would the plane STL intersect plane Z?
Use the figure below for Exercises 5–7.
5. Name two points that are 4 units from K.
6. Name a segment congruent to
GJ .
7. Name the coordinate of the midpoint of
NH .
Use the figure at the right for Exercises 8–11.
8. Name a pair of vertical angles.
9. Name a pair of adjacent angles with vertex M.
10. Name a pair of adjacent angles with vertex S.
11. Name a linear pair.
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Chapter 1 Test (continued)
Form G
GI bisects DGH so that mDGI is x — 3 and mIGH is 2x — 13. What is x?
13. 1 and 2 are supplementary angles. m1 is 4y + 7 and m2 is 9y + 4. What is
14. Draw an obtuse angle, XYZ. Construct its bisector.
SM is (5, —11). One endpoint is S(3, 5). What are the
coordinates of endpoint M?
15. The midpoint of
16. What is the distance between points M(6, –16) and Z(–1, 14), to the nearest
17. What is the perimeter of a rectangle with base 10 in. and height 13 in.?
18. What is the area of a triangle with base 19 in. and height 11 in.?
19. What is the area of a circle with a radius of 15 in., to the nearest tenth?
20. Compare and Contrast How is naming a line segment different from
naming a line?
21. Error Analysis The midpoint of
GN is (9, 11). One endpoint is N(7, 5). Your
friend calculates the coordinates of endpoint G as (15, 13). What is his error?
22. Open-Ended Your classmate confuses the formulas for the circumference and
area of a circle. He knows that one of the formulas is πr2. How can he use the
units for circumference and area to help him remember which formula to use?
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