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Name _____________________                                        Date:_____________________

Solve the following problems


Examine the figures below. Then, circle the right answer for each number

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1. A. Ray             B. Line              C. Segment              D. point

2. A. Ray             B. Line              C. Segment              D. point

3. A. Ray             B. Line              C. Segment              D. point

4. A. Ray             B. Line              C. Segment              D. point

5. A. Ray             B. Line              C. Segment              D. point



6. What are parallel lines? Support your answer with a drawing. What are perpendicular lines? Support your answer with a drawing

7. Label the following angles as acute, right, straight, or obtuse. Write the answer next to the angle

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Look at the circle below and answer the questions 8-10


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8. What is the name of the segment in red? A. Radius      B. Diameter      C. Chord

9. What is the name of the segment in green? A. Radius      B. Diameter      C. Chord

10. What is the name of the segment in brown? A. Radius      B. Diameter      C. Chord


11. In the triangle EDF below, what is the measure of angle F?

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12. Find the perimeter of a regular hexagon if the length of one side is 5 m. (Hint: A hexagon has six equal sides)

13. A cube has a volume of 8 cm3. What is the length of one side?

14. In the circle below, what is the length of the chord If the radius is equal 3 inches?

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15. What is the area of the figure below. The radius is 4 centimeters


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16. The perimeter of a rectangular garden is 16 feet. What is the width of the garden if the length is 5?

17. The bases of a trapezoid measure 5 cm and 6 cm. What is the area of the trapezoid if the height is 4?

18. Name or label the following triangles with the following names. Each name can only be used once!

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Acute triangle, obtuse isosceles triangle, right triangle, right scalene triangle, or right isosceles triangle

19. Explain why a triangle cannot be right and equilateral at the same time. Explain also why a triangle cannot be obtuse and right at the same time.

20. Draw a cylinder. Show the radius of the base. If the radius is 2 inches and the height is 7 inches, what is the volume of the cylnder.

Here we go!. Enjoy your geometry test. If you know how to answer all the questions on this test, then you have a solid understanding of the most important concepts in basic geometry


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