Geometry ~ Test: Points, Lines, Angles, Planes

Intersecting lines are ____________ coplanar. always sometimes never Three points are ____________ collinear. always sometimes never Name the red line. A B W C D D AW CB Which of the following is NOT a ray shown in the drawing? AC A BCA B CBA C CA 0 2 -2 4 -4 6 -6 8 -8 AC= Find AC and CD. A B CD= C D Which of the following set of points ARE coplanar? AHBC DCBE AHCD EDCA A E H B D C A E G B F C D DCG EGA AFD EFD Name a plane that is parallel to plane ABC. All segments have a midpoint? false true If N is the midpoint of ST and ST=10, then the length of NS is....... 20 S 10 N 5 T A __________ has two endpoints. line ray segment angle A(an) _________ angle is less than 90 degrees obtuse right adjacent acute W S Z V X T Y U Which point is contained in plane TUY? W V Z X A location in space is the definition of a . . . line plane point ray O D E F m<DOF = If m<DOE= 33' and m<EOF = 11'
then what is the measure of <DOF? T is the midpoint of line PQ. If PT = 4x -6 and TQ = 3x+4, then x = _________? x= P T Q Two points __________ form a line never maybe always sometimes Match the following definitions. Put the correct letter in the box. Obtuse Angle Parallel lines Point Skew Use lower case letters. b. An angle between 90 and 180 degrees a. location in space c. noncoplanar lines that do not intersect. d. coplanar lines that do not intersect Match the following definitions. Put the correct letter in the box. Collinear points Parallel planes Intersect Plane Coplanar e. lie in the same plane d. planes that do not intersect b. flat surface that extends in all directions a. share at least one point c. points that lie on the same line Use lower case letters. Match the following definitions. Put the correct letter in the box. Ray Segment Space c. the set of all points a. part of a line with 2 endpoints b. part of a line with one endpoint Use lower case letters. -8 -6 Find the distance between the givin points. -4 d= -2 0 2 4 6 8 d a c b b. complementary angles c. supplementary angles <a and <b are angles < a and <c are angles a. vertical angles
M N O P Are O, N, and P collinear, If so, name the line on which they lie. Yes, they lie on the line MP. Yes, they lie on the line NP. Yes, they lie on the line MO. No, the three points are not collinear. Name the ray that is opposite BA. A B C D BD BA DA CA If m<EOF = 26 and m<FOG = 38, then what is the measure of <EOG? O E F G 63 64 12 90 x+32 5x-24 x=14 x=1 x=6 x=12 Find x: a b 125 a = b = 80 20 c a b b = c = a = d= 150 b c 100 a a = c = b = A (3x + 31) O (2x - 6) C <AOC = <BOC = B x = In order for non-intersecting lines to be parallel, they have to be on the . . . |

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