6 00 exam part 2 1

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6 00 exam part 2 1

Question 51

  1. Find the value of triangle with vertices A, B, and C with angle A measuring 32 degrees, angle B measuring 11 x minus 9 degrees and angle C measuring 4 x plus 7 degrees

2 points

Question 52

  1. Calculate the value of the exterior angle
    triangle with one angle measuring 3x plus 20, another angle measuring 4x plus 5, and an exterior angle measuring 8x plus 15

2 points

Question 53

  1. Compare an altitude and a median of a triangle

2 points

Question 54

  1. Use the figure below list the sides greatest to least of triangle RMP.
    three triangles, triangle MRS and MPR sharing side MR, triangles MPR and PRQ sharing side PR, exterior angle equal to 110 degrees, angle MRS equal to 60 degrees, angle RMP equal to 70 degrees, angle PRQ equal to 85 degrees, angle RPQ equal to 30 degrees

2 points

Question 55

  1. Which angle has the greater measure?
    triangle with rays at all three side, interior angle B has an exterior angle A, interior angle E has an exterior angle F, interior angle C has an exterior angle D

2 points

Question 56

  1. A triangle can be formed with side lengths 25, 8, and 30.

2 points

Question 57

  1. Classify the triangle based on side lengths 25, 15, 9.

2 points

Question 58

  1. Calculate the perimeter if the value of x is 5.
    right triangle with one leg congruent to the other, one leg equal to x, hypotenuse equal to 8

2 points

Question 59

  1. The area of the triangle is 1560 m2
    triangle with sides 52, 89, 71 meters and a height of 60 meters

2 points

Question 60

  1. WDhich theorem proves that triangle GDB is congruent to triangle ABD?
    parallelogram DGBA with DG congruent to AB, angle GDB congruent to angle DBA, and diagonal DB
    SSS
    AAS
    SAS
    SSA

2 points

Question 61

  1. In the diagram below, what needs to be labeled in order to prove triangle AHL and triangle EML are congruent by the SSS postulate
    triangle ABL and LEM that share a common vertex L, AH congruent to EM and AL congruent to LE

2 points

Question 62

  1. Which postulate can be used to prove ?
    Imported Asset
    SSS
    AAS
    SAS
    ASA

2 points

Question 63

  1. Write a congruency statement for the triangles below.
    triangles FED and ABC with angle F congruent to angle C, angle D congruent to angle A, side FE congruent to side CB

2 points

Question 64

  1. Which postulate can be used to prove that the triangles are congruent?
    two triangles with one congruent side and an each with an angle measuring 90 degrees

2 points

Question 65

  1. List the 6 congruency statements given
    AB = DE, BC = EF, AC = DF
    AB = DE, BC = EF, AC = DF
    AB = EF, BC = DE, AC = DF
    AC = DE, BC = EF, AB = DF

2 points

Question 66

  1. Find the value of c.
    right triangle with one angle equal to 45 degrees, hypotenuse equal to c, side opposite the 45 degree angle equal to five square root of 2

2 points

Question 67

  1. Find the value of x.
    right triangle with one angle equal to 30 degrees, hypotenuse equal to 25, and side opposite of 30 degree equal to x

2 points

Question 68

  1. A ramp was constructed to load a truck. If the ramp is 10 feet long and the horizontal distance from the bottom of the ramp to the truck is 8 feet, what is the vertical height of the ramp?
    truck with a right triangle with one leg at the end of the truck, hypotenuse equal to 10 feet, and the other leg equal to 8 feet

2 points

Question 69

  1. One face on a dice is an example of a regular polygon

2 points

Question 70

  1. The following is an example of an irregular polygon
    image of a six-sided polygon where all six sides have single hash marks in them and four of the six corners have arcs in them

2 points

Question 71

  1. Categorize the following polygon by the number of sides
    Imported Asset

2 points

Question 72

  1. The following is an example of a convex polygon
    Imported Asset

2 points

Question 73

  1. To calculate the sum of the interior angles of a polygon multiply the number of sides by 180°

2 points

Question 74

  1. Find the sum of the measures of the interior angles of the polygon below.
    image of a five-sided polygon

2 points

Question 75

  1. If the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a convex polygon is 2880°, how many sides does the polygon have?