# 7th Grade Math Vocabulary Test (Angles And Lines)

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Most people do not have a strong love for all things mathematics, but that love can grow slowly by slowly. Over the past week in seventh grade, we got to cover angles and graphs and the workings associated with it. Were you paying attention and think you understood what we covered? Test your math vocabulary on the topic by taking this test. All the best!

• 1.

### Congruent

• A.

Same size, shape, and position

• B.

Same size and shape

• C.

Same size only

• D.

Same shape only

B. Same size and shape
Explanation
The term "congruent" refers to objects or figures that have the same size and shape. This means that they have identical measurements and angles, and can be superimposed on each other. The other options are incorrect because they do not encompass both size and shape. "Same size, shape, and position" adds the additional criterion of having the same position, which is not necessary for congruence. "Same size only" neglects the requirement of having the same shape, and "same shape only" neglects the requirement of having the same size.

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• 2.

### Point

• A.

A straight path that extends infinitely in both directions

• B.

A completely flat plane that extends in all directions

• C.

Part of a line that extends infinitely in one direction

• D.

A dot that represents a location

D. A dot that represents a location
Explanation
The given answer is "A dot that represents a location". This is because a dot is a single point in space that represents a specific location. It does not have any length, width, or depth, and it does not extend in any direction.

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• 3.

### Plane

• A.

A completely flat surface that extends in all directions

• B.

A 3-dimenstional base that extends in all directions

• C.

A dot that represents a location

• D.

A line that represents a location

A. A completely flat surface that extends in all directions
Explanation
The correct answer is "A completely flat surface that extends in all directions." This is because a plane is a two-dimensional object that has length and width but no depth. It is a flat surface that can be extended infinitely in all directions.

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• 4.

### Line

• A.

A dot that represents a location

• B.

A straight path that is infinite in both directions

• C.

Connects 2 points

• D.

A straight path that extends infinitely in one direction

B. A straight path that is infinite in both directions
Explanation
The correct answer is "A straight path that is infinite in both directions". This is because a line is defined as a geometric figure that extends infinitely in both directions. It has no endpoints and continues indefinitely. The other options mentioned, such as a dot representing a location or connecting two points, do not accurately describe a line.

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• 5.

### Line Segment

• A.

A straight path that extends infinitely in both directions

• B.

A completely flat plane that extends in all directions

• C.

Part of a line that extends infinitely in one direction

• D.

Connects 2 endpoints

D. Connects 2 endpoints
Explanation
The correct answer is "Connects 2 endpoints" because a line segment is a part of a line that has two distinct endpoints. It is a finite portion of a line that does not extend infinitely in both directions like a line does.

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• 6.

### Ray

• A.

A straight path that is infinite in both directions

• B.

A line segment that connects 2 points

• C.

Part of a line that extends infinitely in one direction

• D.

A crooked path that splits in the middle

C. Part of a line that extends infinitely in one direction
Explanation
The correct answer is "Part of a line that extends infinitely in one direction". This answer accurately describes a ray as a portion of a line that starts at a specific point and extends infinitely in one direction. Unlike a line segment, a ray does not have an endpoint on one side, and it does not split or curve in the middle like a crooked path. Therefore, this answer correctly defines a ray.

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• 7.

### Now we're continuing on to the angle types! :D

• A.

Cool. :) When do we start?

• B.

Okay. Why is this a question?

• C.

I really want to get this overwith...

• D.

Whatever...

A. Cool. :) When do we start?
Explanation
This is the correct answer because it is the only statement that is positive and shows enthusiasm about starting the topic of angle types. The other statements express indifference or a desire to finish quickly, which is not in line with the question.

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• 8.

### Vertical angle

• A.

Angles that are congruent lines that cross

• B.

Angles that cross, but aren't perpindicular

• C.

Congruent angles that are on the same side of transversals

• D.

Angles that don't touch, and are parallel

A. Angles that are congruent lines that cross
Explanation
Vertical angles are formed when two lines intersect. They are opposite angles and are congruent, meaning they have the same measure. In this case, the correct answer describes vertical angles as angles that are congruent lines that cross. This accurately explains the concept of vertical angles as angles formed by intersecting lines that are congruent to each other.

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• 9.

• A.

Angles that are congruent lines that cross

• B.

Angles that cross, but aren't perpindicular

• C.

Congruent angles that are on the same side of transversals

• D.

Angles that don't touch, and are parallel

B. Angles that cross, but aren't perpindicular
Explanation
The correct answer is "Angles that cross, but aren't perpendicular." Adjacent angles are formed when two lines intersect or cross each other, but they are not perpendicular to each other. Perpendicular angles would form a right angle, whereas adjacent angles can have any degree of angle measure.

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• 10.

### Complementary Angles

• A.

Angles that total 45 degrees

• B.

Angles that total 80 degrees

• C.

Angles that total 90 degrees

• D.

Angles that total 180 degrees

• E.

Angles that total 360 degrees

C. Angles that total 90 degrees
Explanation
Complementary angles are defined as angles that add up to 90 degrees. In other words, when two angles are complementary, their sum is equal to a right angle.

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• 11.

### Supplementary Angles

• A.

Angles that total 45 degrees

• B.

Angles that total 80 degrees

• C.

Angles that total 90 degrees

• D.

Angles that total 180 degrees

• E.

Angles that total 360 degrees

D. Angles that total 180 degrees
Explanation
Supplementary angles are a pair of angles that add up to 180 degrees. This means that when you add the measures of two supplementary angles, the sum will always be 180 degrees.

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• 12.

### Vertical angle

• A.

Angles that are congruent lines that cross

• B.

Angles that cross, but aren't perpindicular

• C.

Congruent angles that are on the same side of transversals

• D.

Angles that don't touch, and are parallel

C. Congruent angles that are on the same side of transversals
Explanation
Vertical angles are formed when two lines intersect. They are opposite angles and are congruent, meaning they have the same measure. When a transversal line intersects two parallel lines, it forms pairs of vertical angles. These pairs of angles are congruent and are located on the same side of the transversal. Therefore, the correct answer is "Congruent angles that are on the same side of transversals."

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• 13.

### Guess what???

• A.

We're moving on to angle types? 8D

• B.

Something fun...?

• C.

How am I supposed to know? ^^"

• D.

Why bother...

A. We're moving on to angle types? 8D
Explanation
The given correct answer suggests that the topic of discussion is changing to angle types. The use of "8D" indicates excitement or enthusiasm about the upcoming topic. The previous statements and questions imply uncertainty or disinterest in the topic, but the answer implies that it is indeed the next subject to be discussed.

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• 14.

### Did you know that we're doing line types next?? (:

• A.

What?? No way! :O I'm psyched!

• B.

• C.

Nope. No, I didn't.. -_-

B. Yup! I read the description.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Yup! I read the description." This is because the person who gave this answer is aware that they will be doing line types next, as mentioned in the initial statement. The other responses indicate surprise or lack of knowledge about the upcoming topic.

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• 15.

### I guess that's all! Did you like the quiz?

• A.

Yes! It was the most awesome quiz..EVER!

• B.

Not really, but it helped me to study for my test.

• C.

Sure, I guess?

• D.

No. It was boring and stupid...kind of like math class all over again!

B. Not really, but it helped me to study for my test.
Explanation
The given correct answer suggests that the person did not particularly enjoy the quiz but found it helpful for studying for their test.

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