Geo Chapter 5- Properties of Triangles
 Which term best describes line n?5.1Anangle bisectorperpendicular bisectorright anglebisectorD 5.1What is true about the diagram below?ACBnDCD > ADAD = BDCA = CDCD = AB 5.1Find the length of CD?ACD =74.2CBn4.2D 5.1Find the length of AD?A6.5AD =CBn3.8D 5.1Angle Bisectorperpendicularmidpointperpendicular bisectorWhich term best describes ray LJ? 5.1Given the following diagram find thelength of LK?LK =6.83.662o62o 5.1Given the following diagram find themeasure of ∡HJK?m∡HJK =o6.83.662o6.862o 5.1Given that LJ bisects ∡HJK find the value of y,and the length of LHy =LH =6y - 83.662∘3y + 462∘ 5.1AXYFind the value of x and the length of YZ2x + 33x - 5Zx =YZ = 5.1AXYGiven the following diagram what canyou conclude?Z∡A ≅ ∡YAZ ≅ YZ∆YXZ ≅ ∆AXZall of the above 5.1Given the following diagram and thefact that ∡HJK = 138o find the m∡LJKm∡LJK =o3.63.6 5.2The three angle bisectors of a triangle intersectto form which point of concurrency?midpointIncenterCircumcenterCircumference 5.2The perpendicular bisectors of thethree sides of a triangle intersectto form which point of concurrency?midpointIncenterCircumcenterCircumference 5.2What is the name ofpoint C in thediagram below?CircumcenterIncenterAngle bisectorPerpendicular bisector 5.2What is the name ofpoint P in thediagram below?CircumcenterIncenterAngle bisectorPerpendicular bisector 5.2C is equidistant towhich of the followingpoints?CF = CD = CECL = CM = CNCD = CL = LFCM = ME = EN 5.2Given the followingdiagram whichstatement is correct?PX = PY = PZPX = PC = CZPA = PB = PCBY = BZ = ZC 5.2Given P is the incenterof ∆ABC find thelength of PX.PX =4.71.43.2 AB and CB areangle bisectors.Find the m∡BAC5.2m∡BAC =AoB33oC50oD AB and CB areangle bisectors.Find the m∡BCD5.2m∡BCD =A20ooBC62oD AB and CB areangle bisectors.Find the distancefrom B to CD.5.2distance =A5.93.4B4.2CD CN =LM =5.2C is the circumcenterof ∆LMN find thefollowing lengthsME =3.24.82.5CM =8.8 5.3A line that goes from the vertex of anangle to the midpoint of the oppositeside of a triangle is called?circumcenterIncentermediancentroid 5.3D is the intersectionpoint of two medianswhich is the correctrelationship of twosegments?CD = DECD = ⅔CECD = ⅓CEDE = ½CEAEDCGB 5.3D is the intersectionpoint of two mediansIf AG = 12 find AD and DGAD =DG =AEDCGB 5.3DB =DE =D is the intersectionpoint of two mediansFind the followinglengths in the triangleAC =CE =AF27.1ED6CGB 5.3Given that B is thecentroid of ∆JHKWhich of the followingis true?HB = ⅔ HDCB = ½ KBBE = ⅓ JEAll of the above 5.3DB =DE =D is the intersectionpoint of two mediansFind the followinglengths in the triangleGC =CE =AF5ED8CG18B 5.4Find the coordinates of the midpoint of AB.If A = (-4,3) and B = (6, 1)midpoint =Give your answer as acoordinate with NO spacesex. (-3,7) Given:D is the midpoint of BA andE is the midpoint of BCWhat is the nameof segment DE?5.4medianmidpointmidsegmentcentroid Given:D is the midpoint of BA andE is the midpoint of BCWhich of the followingstatements are true?5.4DE = ½ ACDE // AC∡BDE ≅ ∡DACAll of the above slope =reduce to lowest termsGiven that UV is themidsegment of ∆PMNfind the slope of UV.5.4Is the slope the same as MN?YesNo Given that DE is a midsegmentof ∆ABC find thefollowing.5.4AD =DE =BC =12.654.1 Given that DE is a midsegmentof ∆ABC find thefollowing.5.4AD =DE =1310 Given that ∆UVT is themidsegment  ∆.Tell which of thefollowing are true.TU = ½ PNMN // UVMP = 2(TV) All of the above5.4T Given that ∆UVT is themidsegment  ∆.Tell which of thefollowing are true.∆TUV ≅ ∆TUM∆TUV ≅ ∆PVU∆TUV ≅ ∆TNV All of the above5.4T 5.5A right triangle can have a right angleA right triangle can have an obtuse angle.A right triangle can't have an obtuse angle.A right triangle can have a  straight angle.Which of the following is the opposite of thestatement:"A Right triangle can't have an obtuse angle." 5.5A linear pair of angles can be supplementary.A linear pair of angles can be complementary.A linear pair of angles can't be adjacent.A linear pair of angles can't be supplementary.Which of the following is the opposite of thestatement:"A linear pair of angles can be adjacent." 5.5Three angles add to = 180 not more. A right triangle has 2 legs and a hypotenuse.The 3 sides of a right triangle = 180 not more.An obtuse triangle means greater than 90. Which of the following is the reason why thestatement below is false?"A Right triangle can have an obtuse angle" Given ∆HJM with the followingside lengths.Which of the followingstatements is correct?5.5∡H < ∡J < ∡M∡M < ∡H < ∡J∡M < ∡J < ∡H∡J < ∡H < ∡MH4.3J7.25M Given ∆HJM with the followingangle measures.Which of the followingstatements is correct?5.5HJ < JM < HMMH < HJ < JMHJ < HM < MJJM < HM  < HJH62oJ80o38oM 5.7Which of the following is a Pythagorean Triple?3, 9, 122, 4, 65, 12, 132.5, 6.9, 7.3 5.7In ∆ABC c2 = 144, a2 = 64 and b2 = 99what kind of triangle is ∆ABC?acuteobtuserightequlangular Find the hypotenuse of the triangle.Round to the nearest tenth.5.7AC =A5B7C Find the missing leg of the triangle.Round to the nearest tenth.5.7BC =5.5CA14B Use the side lengths to determine if thetriangle is obtuse, acute or right.5.7acuteobtuserightA104CB8 Use the side lengths to determine if thetriangle is obtuse, acute or right.5.7acuteobtuserightA107C8B Use the side lengths to determine if thetriangle is obtuse, acute or right.5.7acuteobtuserightA1715C8B 5.8Find the hypotenuse of the right triangle.Note: √ = the square root88√28√31645o8 5.8Find the legs of the right triangle.Note: √ = the square root12√2126√3612√245o 5.8644√312Find the length of AB in the triangle.Note: √ = the square rootAC860oB 5.8122412√36Find the length of AC in the triangle.Note: √ = the square rootAC1260oB
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