← Geometry 1.1-1.7 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- right angle
- base angles
- complementary angles
- a An angle whose measure is 90°.
- b The two angles opposite the two congruent sides. (of an isosceles triangle)
- c A point on a line, and all the points of the line that lie on one side of this point.
- d An equilateral parallelogram.
- e Two angles whose measures have the sum 90°.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Two or more segments that have the same measure or length.
- To accept as true without facts or proof.
- A ray that has its endpoint at the vertex of the angle and that divides the angle into two congruent angles.
- An equiangular parallelogram.
- Lines that meet at 90° angles.
5 True/False Questions
point → An undefined term thought of as a location with no size or dimension. It is the most basic building block of geometry. In a two-dimensional coordinate system, its location is represented by an ordered pair of numbers (x, y).
consecutive (angles, sides or vertices of a polygon) → Two angles that share a common side, two sides that share a common vertex, or two vertices that are the endpoints of one side.
midpoint → The point on a line segment that is the same distance from both endpoints.
equiangular polygon → A polygon whose sides are congruent.
polygon → A polygon with 6 sides