5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
 Altitude Properties
 Median Point of Concurrency
 Perpendicular Bisectors
 Incenter; Angle Bisectors
 Patterns
 a To inscribe a circle, you use the ______ of the triangle, which you found using the three ______.
 b A perpendicular line that divides a segment in half
 c Answer Yes or No:
Does it pass through a vertex? Yes
Does it pass through a midpoint? Not required
Is it perpendicular to a side? Yes
Are there congruent angles? Not required  d In an acute triangle it lies ___________ Inside
In a right triangle it lies ____________ Inside
In an obtuse triangle it lies ______________ Inside  e Mathematics is the study of ___________________
This statement written down on quizzes gets you extra credit
5 Multiple choice questions
 Divides the angle of a vertex in half; extends from the vertex to the opposite side
 To circumscribe a circle, you use the ______ of the triangle, which you found using the three ______.
 This point is a center of a circle.
In an acute triangle it lies ___________ Inside
In a right triangle it lies ____________ On
In an obtuse triangle it lies ______________ Outside  In an acute triangle it lies ___________ Inside
In a right triangle it lies ____________ On (vertex)
In an obtuse triangle it lies ______________ Outside  Goes from the vertex to midpoint on the opposite side of the triangle
5 True/False questions

Angle Bisector Properties → Answer Yes or No:
Does it pass through a vertex? Yes
Does it pass through a midpoint? Not required
Is it perpendicular to a side? Not required
Are there congruent angles? Yes 
Median Properties → Answer Yes or No:
Does it pass through a vertex? Yes
Does it pass through a midpoint? Not required
Is it perpendicular to a side? Yes
Are there congruent angles? Not required 
Orthocenter → The point of concurrency that is formed by the perpendicular bisectors of a triangle

Circumcenter → The point of concurrency that is formed by the perpendicular bisectors of a triangle

Centroid → The point of concurrency that is formed by the angle bisectors of a triangle