Geometry Unit Exam Part 1

20 Questions | Total Attempts: 120  Settings  YOU MAY NOT USE A CALCULATOR FOR THIS PART OF THE EXAM! 1) Polygons Shapes 3-10 Types of Triangles Types of Quadrilaterals 2) Transformations Rotations Reflections Translations Dilations 3) Pythagorean Theorem 4) Linear Equations Review

• 1.
Solve for the missing side:
• A.

9

• B.

10

• 2.
A flag hangs on a pole that is 12 feet tall.  The distance between Ms. Schaaf and the top of the flag pole is 15 feet.  How far from the bottom of the flag pole does Ms. Schaaf stand?
• A.

9 feet

• B.

10 feet

• C.

11 feet

• D.

12 feet

• 3.
Ms. Schaaf is at Everett Middle School.  She needs to get to Kezar Stadium to watch the boys soccer game.  She could drive west for 4 miles, and then north for 1 mile and arrive at Kezar.  How many miles would it be if instead, she drove directly to Kezar (along the hypotenuse of the triangle)?
• A.

~ 4.1 miles

• B.

~ 3.5 miles

• C.

~ 2 miles

• D.

~ 3 miles

• 4.
A 15 foot ladder leans up against a wall.  The bottom of the ladder is 5 feet from the bottom of the building.  Approximately how high up the wall does the ladder reach?
• A.

~14.1 feet

• B.

~ 3 feet

• C.

~ 13.2 feet

• D.

~ 10.1 feet

• 5.
What type of triangle is shown below?
• A.

Acute triangle

• B.

Obtuse triangle

• C.

Right triangle

• 6.
What type of triangle is shown below?
• A.

Scalene

• B.

Equilateral

• C.

Isosceles

• 7.
The transformation shown above is a
• A.

Dilation of 1

• B.

Dilation of 2

• C.

Dilation of 1/2

• D.

Dilation of 4

• 8.
The transformation shown above is a
• A.

Reflection over x-axis

• B.

Reflection over y-axis

• C.

Reflection over x = -2

• D.

Reflection over y = -2

• 9.
Describe the rotation that occurred above
• A.

90 degrees clockwise

• B.

180 degrees

• C.

90 degrees counter clockwise

• D.

360 degrees

• 10.
A translation that moves 6 units down and 5 units to the right  can be described as
• A.

( x - 6 , y + 5 )

• B.

( x + 6 , y - 5 )

• C.

( x + 5 , y - 6 )

• D.

( x - 5 , y + 6 )

• 11.
A stop sign is shaped like an
• A.

Nonagon

• B.

Octagon

• C.

Heptagon

• 12.
A polygon with five sides is called
• A.

Triangle

• B.

Hexagon

• C.

Pentagon

• 13.
A decagon has
• A.

10 sides

• B.

8 sides

• C.

0 sides

• 14.
Is the point (1,1) on the line y = 2x + 1?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• C.

Sometimes

• 15.
What is the slope of this line?
• A.

- 1/2

• B.

2

• C.

-2

• D.

1/4

• 16.
Describe the following transformation
• A.

( x-7, y-3 )

• B.

( x-10, y+3 )

• C.

( x+7, y-3 )

• D.

( x-3, y-7 )

• 17.
The following two lines will:  y = -2x + 5  y = -2x - 3
• A.

Intersect at one point.

• B.

Will never intersect.

• C.

Intersect at all point.

• 18.
Which is the slope - intercept form of a line?
• A.

M = yx + b

• B.

Y = mx + b

• C.

Y = bx + m

• 19.
True or false: The equation of the line that goes through the points is y = -3x + 2
• A.

True

• B.

False

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