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Chapter 1 Prcictice

Name. Period
In Exercises 1--24, name each^
sketched figure. ^ ^ ^pecK^ C- b. .3v

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7.
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17. 18.
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Chapter ^ Practice 1
Draw the next shape in each picture pattern.
1.

Find the nth term and the 20th term in each sequence.

1 2 3 4 5 6 ... n ... 20
-2 1 4 7 10 13

5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... n ... 20
4 6 8 10 12 14

1 2 3 4 5 6 n 20
2 7 12 17 22 27

For Exercises 1-8, use inductive reasoning to find the next two terms in
each sequence.
1. 4, 8, 12, 16, ,
2. 400, 200, 100, 50, 25,
, i 2 1 4
8' 7' 2' 5' ' —
4. - 5 , 3, - 2 , 1, - 1 , 0 ,
5. 360, 180, 120, 90, _
6. 1, 3, 9, 27, 81,
7. 1, 5, 17, 53, 161,
8. 1, 5, 14, 30, 55, _
Chapter 3
Name Period Date
In Exercises 1-12, match each geometric construction with one of the figures below:
1. Construction of an angle bisector
2. Construction of a perpendicular from a point to a line

4. Construction of an altitude in a triangle


5. Construction of a perpendicular through a point on a line
6. Construction of a perpendicular bisector
7. Construction of a line parallel to a given line through a given point not on the line
8. Construction of an incenter

10. Construction of an equilateral triangle


11. Construction of a circumcenter
12. Construction of an inscribed circle

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Chapter 5h^^ ^Qi^P^i Ot^'S Practice
Name Period Date
6. 7(2, 3), UirA, 3), V{-A, -3)
2^5tM>ii-*tT,.£^, ^-0/

7. A(3, 1),5(10, 1), C(7,9),Z)(5,9)

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8. £(2, 1),F(3,4), G(7,2),i/(6,-l)

^, II ^2 p ;^b tki meo^s^rc o-,-f eo^^ /eikr^^ f^^fk.

In Exercises 11-20, graph each linear equation.


l l . > ; = 2;c-3 i, 12.); = x + 2 ^

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Chapter 5/op^/^gU/Vi iOt^S Practice
Name Period Date
For each line, determine the equation in slope-intercept form.
tl
/. ^
i X •

(0,-1) 14,1)
if .

i £
(2,3)

X -. y4
(-2,-1)/

Chapter If Practice
In Exercises 1-4, determine whether it is possible to draw a triangle with
sides of the given measures. If it is possible, write yes. If it is not possible,
write no and make a sketch demonstrating why it is not possible.
1. 16 cm, 30 cm, 45 cm 2. 9 km, 17 km, 28 km
3. 32 in., 60 in., 87 in. 4. 13.4 ft, 17.7 ft, 31.1 ft

In Exercises 8-13, arrange the unknown measures in order from greatest


to least.

10.

11. 13.
In Exercises l-97determine the angle measures.
2. x = 3. fl = _,& =
^.p = q= r=

5. x = 6.y =
4. r _, 5 =
r
100-X

8. m = 9. m ^ P =
7. s

From the information given, complete each statement. If the triangles cannot be shown to be congru-
ent from the information given, write "Cannot be determined" and redraw the figures to show that the
triangles are clearly not congruent. Do not assume that segments or angles are congruent just because
they appear to be congruent.

4. AMAL = 5. AHFDs

wk^! M
5 Wfc,»
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L E N

7. ABCD is a rhombus. 8. AXYZ =


AA5DS

•>KY?
wky!
w

]O.AB±BC, DC± CB 11. TWi bisects RI, RN= IN M.AAED


AABC = ARAN =
i^kj
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