Welcome to your Geometry, Lines, Angles and Polygons(Study by Topics Junior Class) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. How many degrees is angle c? 70 45 30 120 2. What do you call a triangle with three congruent sides? Equiangular Triangle Equilateral Triangle Obtuse Triangle Scalene Triangle 3. These are points that are on the same plane? Nonecollinear Points Line Points Coplanar Points Collinear Points 4. Angles 4 and 7 are congruent. True False 5. These are points on the same line? Ray Line Noncollinear Points Collinear 6. How many degrees is angle b? 40 70 110 140 7. Which of the following pairs represents Alternate Interior Angles? 2,8 1,8 6,7 4,5 8. State what additional information is required in order to know that the triangles are congruent based on the SAS Postulate. Angle CAB ≈ angle ACD Angle BCD ≈ angle DAB Angle BAC ≈ angle DAC Angle CBA ≈ angle ADC 9. How many degrees is angle g? 55 180 135 90 125 10. Which of the following best describes vertical angles? The same vertex and one side They don't have to point in the same direction. Opposite angles formed by intersecting lines They don't have to be next to each other, just so long as the total is 180 degrees. 11. what is the size of angle g? 290 70 50 110 12. Classify the triangle based on its side lengths and angle measures. Obtuse Triangle Equiangular Triangle Scalene Triangle Isosceles Triangle 13. How many degrees is angle a? 27 63 117 297 14. If a line can be drawn through a set of points, then the points are called ______ points. Noncollinear Collinear Vertical Coplanar 15. It has no dimension? Point Angle Plane Line 16. angles b and c are: Corresponding Alternate Co-interior Vertically-opposite Exterior 17. These two lines do not lie on a plane? Skew line Parallel line Collinear Coplanar 18. angles b and g are: Vertically-opposite Exterior Corresponding Alternate Co-interior 19. How many degrees is angle a? 140° 180° 40° 200° 20. Your new question! 1 out of 20 Time is Up! Time's up