# Geometry Eoy Assessment

15 Questions | Total Attempts: 708

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This assessment is an attempt to test your skills in Geometry learned this year. Read each questions carefully and answer to the best of your ability.

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• 1.
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• A.

D = 5.5 in

• B.

D = 22 in

• C.

D = 33 in

• D.

D = 11 in

• 2.
Find the measure of the missing angle then classify the triangle. If you are having trouble : Remember to look at the chart on your review sheet  to find the sum of the interior angle measure and then look at the whiteboard for help classifying the triangle. Do not forget to classify the triangle once you find the value for C.  Make sure to include the value for C and the triangle's classification in your answer below. Your answer should look something like: C =____ , ________ triangle  in your answer below.
• 3.
The perimeter of a triangle is 140 centimeters. We do not know the exact length of any of the sides. We do know that the length of the second side is twice the length of the first side.  The length of the third side is ten less than three times the length of the first side.  Find the length of each side.
• A.

Side 1 = 30 , Side 2 = 60 , Side 3 = 50

• B.

Side 1 = 20 , Side 2 = 40 , Side 3 = 80

• C.

Side 1 = 50 , Side 2 = 25 , Side 3 = 65

• D.

Side 1 = 25 , Side 2 = 50 , Side 3 = 65

• 4.
If you are having trouble: Don't forget that you must first determine that the radius and the height of the cone before you can use the volume of a cylinder formula.
• A.

V = 5,426 cubic centimeters

• B.

V = 14,469 cubic centimeters

• C.

V= 1,628 cubic centimeters

• D.

V= 1,356 cubic centimeters

• 5.
• A.

X = 125

• B.

X = 235

• C.

X = 90

• D.

X = 102

• 6.
FIND THE VOLUME OF THE CYLINDER Determine the radius and the height of the cylinder in order to solve.
• A.

V = 314 cubic inches

• B.

V = 283 cubic inches

• C.

V = 94 cubic inches

• D.

V = 942 cubic inches

• 7.
FIND THE AREA OF THE RECTANGULAR PRISM. FIND THE VOLUME OF THE RECTANGULAR PRISM.
• A.

A = 1,260 square centimeters, V = 630 cubic centimeters

• B.

A = 61 square centimeters, V = 630 cubic centimeters

• C.

A = 630 square centimeters, V = 1, 260 cubic centimeters

• D.

A = 48 square centimeters, V = 1, 260 cubic centimeters

• 8.
If the radius of a circle is 43 mm, then find the circumference of the circle. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. FIND THE CIRCUMFERENCE USING THE INFORMATION PROVIDED
• A.

C= 86 mm

• B.

C = 270 mm

• C.

C= 135 mm

• D.

C= 271mm

• 9.
FIND THE PERIMETER OF THE FIGURE.  NAME THE FIGURE BELOW Once you find the perimeter, Identify what type of polygon it is.
• A.

P = 55,900 feet, hexagon

• B.

P = 475 feet, heptagon

• C.

P = 1,185 feet, hexagon

• D.

P = 1,660 feet, pentagon

• 10.
The Area of the rectangle below is 10 square centimeters. If the length of the rectangle is 5 centimeters, what is the width of the rectangle in cetimeters?
• A.

20 centimeters

• B.

2 centimeters

• C.

5 centimeters

• D.

100 centimeters

• 11.
USE THE FORMULA TO FIND THE AREA OF THE TRIANGLE:
• A.

36 square centimeters

• B.

63 square centimeters

• C.

72 square centimeters

• D.

144 square centimeters