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Use the figure to name each of the following.
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4. The coordinate of A is -3, and the coordinate of B is 0.5. Find AB. 3.5
5. E, F, and G represent mile markers
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• Free Response
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8. m∠QMN = 90° rt.
11. An angle’s measure is 5 degrees less than 3 times the measure of its supplement.
Find the measure of the angle and its supplement. 133.75°; 46.25°
• Multiple Choice
(Levels A, B, C)
Tell whether the angles are only adjacent, adjacent and form a linear pair, or not adjacent.
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13. ∠4 and ∠5 adj. and
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CHAPTER
2
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Find the next item in each pattern.
2. 405, 135, 45, 15, … 5
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a counterexample.
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5. Identify the hypothesis and conclusion of the conditional statement “The show is
cancelled if it rains.”
6. Write a conditional statement from the sentence “Parallel lines do not intersect.”
If 2 lines are , then they do not intersect.
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Determine if each conditional is true. If false, give a counterexample.
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• Free Response
(Levels A, B, C)
Use the conditional “If you live in the United States, then you live in Kentucky” for
Items 9–11. Write the indicated type of statement and determine its truth value.
• Multiple Choice
(Levels A, B, C)
9. converse
10. inverse
11. contrapositive
12. Determine if the following conjecture is valid by the Law of Detachment.
Given: If it is colder than 50°F, Tom wears a sweater. It is 46°F today.
Conjecture: Tom is wearing a sweater. valid
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13. Use the Law of Syllogism to draw a conclusion from the given information.
Given: If a figure is a square, then it is a quadrilateral. If a figure is a
quadrilateral, then it is a polygon. Figure ABCD is a square. Figure ABCD is a polygon.
14. Write the conditional statement and converse within the biconditional “Chad will
work on Saturday if and only if he gets paid overtime.”
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give a counterexample. F; B is not between A and C.
Solve each equation. Write a justification for each step.
16. 8 - 5s = 1
17. 0.4t + 3 = 1.6
18. 38 = -3w + 2
Identify the property that justifies each statement.
19. If 2x = y and y = 7, then 2x = 7. Trans. Prop.
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Given: ∠AFB ∠EFD
Prove: FB
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Plan: Since vertical angles are congruent, ∠EFD ∠BFC.
Use the Transitive Property to conclude that ∠AFB ∠BFC.
Thus FB
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do not live in the United States; F.
14. Conditional: If Chad works on Saturday,
then he gets paid overtime. Converse:
If Chad gets paid overtime, then he will
work on Saturday.
16. 8 - 5s = 1 (Given); -5s = -7 (Subtr.
Prop. of =); s = 1.4 (Div. Prop. of =)
17. 0.4t + 3 = 1.6 (Given); 0.4t = -1.4
(Subtr. Prop. of =); t = -3.5 (Div. Prop.
of =)
18. 38 = -3w + 2 (Given); 36 = -3w
(Subtr. Prop. of =); -12 = w (Div.
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CHAPTER
3
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Identify each of the following.
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