1. | MM1G3a. Find the measure of one interior angle in a regular nonagon. |
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2. | MM1G2a. Reasoning based on observing patterns is known as . . . |
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3. | MM1G3e. A segment that bisects the side of a triangle and intersects the vertex of the opposite angle is known as a . . . |
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4. | MM1G3b. A triangle has side lengths, 8 and 12. Which of the following could be the third side of the triangle? |
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5. | MM1G3b. Triangle ABC has the following angle measures. A = 72 and B = 34. What is the longest side? |
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6. | MM1G3b. A triangle has side lengths 17 and 13. Which of the following inequalities represents all possible lengths for the third side? |
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7. | MM1G2a. Which of the following is a counterexample of the statement below?"If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then it is a square." |
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8. | MM1G3a. What is the sum of exterior angles in a hexagon? |
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9. | MM1G3d. A quadrilateral with one set of sides congruent and and the other set of sides parallel would most accurately be described as a(n) |
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10. | MM1G3c. Which of the following is not a theorem or postulate used for proving triangles congruent? |
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11. | MM1G3a. A pentagon has the following angle measures. 122, 98, 131, 78, xFind the value of x |
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12. | MM1G3d. True or false. Both sets of opposite angles are congruent in a kite? |
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13. | MM1G2b. Which of the following is the converse of the statement below?"If x is even, then 2x is even." |
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14. | MM1G3d. In parallelogram ABCD, angle C measures 89. What is the measure of angle B? |
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15. | MM1G3d. Determine if the following statement is always, sometimes or never true."A square is a rhombus." |
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16. | MM1G3e. The point created by the intersection of perpendicular bisectors is known as the . . . |
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17. | MM1G3c. If triangle STU is congruent to triangle JKL, which of the following is NOT true? |
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18. | MM1G3c. Are the triangles described below congruent? If yes, which theorem proves this?Triangle ABC: A = 45, B = 72, BC = 10Triangle MNO: M = 63, N = 45, OM = 10 |
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