19/03/2020 Geometry, Lines, Angles and Polygons(Study by Topics Junior Class) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Geometry, Lines, Angles and Polygons(Study by Topics Junior Class) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. Angles 4 and 7 are congruent.TrueFalse2. What do you call an angle whose measure is 90° ?Right AngleSupplementary AngleAcute AngleAdjacent Angle3. What do you call a triangle with no equal sides?Scalene TriangleIsosceles TriangleObtuse TriangleEquilateral Triangle4. What do you call a triangle with three congruent sides? Equilateral TriangleEquiangular TriangleObtuse TriangleScalene Triangle5. How many degrees is angle b?11040701406. Classify the triangle based on its side lengths and angle measures.Equiangular TriangleIsosceles TriangleScalene TriangleObtuse Triangle7. How many lines can be drawn passing through a point? Only twoInfiniteOnly oneNone of the above8. Which of the following pairs represents Alternate Interior Angles?4,56,71,82,89. How many degrees is angle a?140°180°200°40°10. What must be the value of x in the figure below? 9510511010011. what is the size of angle g?701105029012. If a line can be drawn through a set of points, then the points are called ______ points. VerticalCollinearCoplanarNoncollinear13. How many lines in a plane are said to be concurrent if all of therm intersect at the same point? Three or MoreOnly threeNone of the aboveOnly two14. Angles 3 and 4 are __________________. CorrespondingVerticalSupplementaryComplimentary15. Lines that intersect at a right angle? Vertical lineSkew lineIntersecting linePerpendicular line16. How many degrees is angle c?12070304517. These are points on the same line? LineNoncollinear PointsCollinearRay18. If the angle shown in pink is labled 45 degrees, what is the measurement of angle 1?90 degrees135 degrees45 degreesUnable to determine19. Which of the following pairs represents Alternate Exterior Angles?4,52,31,61,220. State what additional information is required in order to know that the triangles are congruent based on the SAS Postulate. Angle BCD ≈ angle DABAngle CAB ≈ angle ACDAngle BAC ≈ angle DACAngle CBA ≈ angle ADC21 out of 20Time is Up!