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• 100 200 300 100 400 500 600 700 200 100 300 400 500 600 700 200 300 400 500 600 700 200 300 400 500 600 700 200 300 400 500 600 700 200 300 400 500 600 700 Ch. 8Ch. 9 Ch. 11 & 12 Ch. 1 & 2 Ch. 3 & 4 Ch. 5 & 7
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• ANSWER Ch. 1 & 2 100 pts
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• HOME Answer Ch. 1 & 2 100 pts. 1.AD and DC 2.D 3.DC
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• ANSWER Ch. 1 & 2 200 pts If the diagonals of a figure are perpendicular, then the figure is a square. Write the inverse, converse and contrapositive and state if they are true or false.
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• HOME Answer Ch. 1 & 2 200 pts. Converse: If the figure is a square then the diagonals are perpendicular. TRUE Inverse: If the diagonals of a figure are not perpendicular, then the figure is not a square. FALSE Contrapositive: If the figure is not a square, then the diagonals are not perpendicular. TRUE
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• ANSWER Ch. 1 & 2 300 pts
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• HOME Answer Ch. 1 & 2 300 pts. Multiplication Property (XZ = WT) Addition property (SX = SW)
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• ANSWER Ch. 1 & 2 400 pts If the measure of the supplement of an angle is six more than three times the measure of the complement of the angle, find the measure of the angle.
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• HOME Answer Ch. 1 & 2 400 pts. Angle = 48
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• ANSWER Ch. 1 & 2 500 pts
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• HOME Answer Ch. 1 & 2 500 pts. QS = 12 QT = 27 Addition Property
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• ANSWER Ch. 1 & 2 600 pts
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• HOME Answer Ch. 1 & 2 600 pts. X = 0, Y = 57/5 OR X = 6, Y = 9
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• ANSWER Ch. 1 & 2 700 pts If four times the supplement of an angle is added to eight times the angles complement, the sum is equivalent to three straight angles. Find the measure of the angle that is supplementary to the complement.
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• HOME Answer Ch. 1 & 2 700 pts. The supplement of the complement = 165
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• ANSWER Ch. 3 & 4 100 pts
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• HOME Answer Ch. 3 & 4 100 pts. A.AED BEC - SAS B. No congruence C.LKM NMK - SAS
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• ANSWER Ch. 3 & 4 200 pts
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• Answer Ch. 3 & 4 200 pts. HOME
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• ANSWER Ch. 3 & 4 300 pts Name all sets of congruent triangles.
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• Answer Ch. 3 & 4 300 pts. HOME BCE DCA
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• ANSWER Ch. 3 & 4 400 pts
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• Answer Ch. 3 & 4 400 pts. HOME X = 1 Yes it is equilateral.
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• ANSWER Ch. 3 & 4 500 pts
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• Answer Ch. 3 & 4 500 pts. HOME (y 8) = -5(x 4) OR Y = -5x + 28
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• ANSWER Ch. 3 & 4 600 pts
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• Answer Ch. 3 & 4 600 pts. HOME Midpoints: (1, 1) (6, 2) (1, 4) It is Scalene
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• ANSWER Ch. 3 & 4 700 pts
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• Answer Ch. 3 & 4 700 pts. HOME
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• ANSWER Ch. 5 & 7 100 pts
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• Answer Ch. 5 & 7 100 pts. HOME X = 26 AEC P or CAC P
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• ANSWER Ch. 5 & 7 200 pts
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• Answer Ch. 5 & 7 200 pts. HOME Angle C = 184/9 degrees Angle B = 1436/9 degrees
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• ANSWER Ch. 5 & 7 300 pts
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• Answer Ch. 5 & 7 300 pts. HOME Interior angle of Octagon = 135 Exterior Angle of Pentagon = 72
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• ANSWER Ch. 5 & 7 400 pts
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• Answer Ch. 5 & 7 400 pts. HOME KT = 240
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• ANSWER Ch. 5 & 7 500 pts
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• Answer Ch. 5 & 7 500 pts. HOME 81 < x < 143
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• ANSWER Ch. 5 & 7 600 pts
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• Answer Ch. 5 & 7 600 pts. HOME X = 150
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• ANSWER Ch. 5 & 7 700 pts
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• Answer Ch. 5 & 7 700 pts. HOME Equilateral
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• ANSWER Ch. 8 100 pts
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• Answer Ch. 8 100 pts. HOME BD = 15/7 DE = 39/7
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• ANSWER Ch. 8 200 pts
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• Answer Ch. 8 200 pts. HOME X:Y = 43:5
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• ANSWER Ch. 8 300 pts
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• Answer Ch. 8 300 pts. HOME QZ = 27/11 YZ = 72/11
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• ANSWER Ch. 8 400 pts 7
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• Answer Ch. 8 400 pts. HOME X = 6 Y = 21
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• ANSWER Ch. 8 500 pts
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• Answer Ch. 8 500 pts. HOME X = 6, Y = 16 Perimeter = 42
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• ANSWER Ch. 8 600 pts
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• Answer Ch. 8 600 pts. HOME P = (0, 12)
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• ANSWER Ch. 8 700 pts
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• Answer Ch. 8 700 pts. HOME X = 2
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• ANSWER Ch. 9 100 pts
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• Answer Ch. 9 100 pts. HOME Altitude = 62
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• ANSWER Ch. 9 200 pts
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• Answer Ch. 9 200 pts. HOME Perimeter = 14 + 143
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• ANSWER Ch. 9 300 pts
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• Answer Ch. 9 300 pts. HOME CD = 27 CB = 211
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• ANSWER Ch. 9 400 pts
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• Answer Ch. 9 400 pts. HOME Flagpole = 24tan(52) = 30.7
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• ANSWER Ch. 9 500 pts
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• Answer Ch. 9 500 pts. HOME Length of arc AB = (7/3)2
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• ANSWER Ch. 9 600 pts
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• Answer Ch. 9 600 pts. HOME AB = 23 Angle B = 67 Angle C = 23
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• ANSWER Ch. 9 700 pts
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• Answer Ch. 9 700 pts. HOME X = 31
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• Topics Covered Ch. 1 & 2 I.Union and Intersection II.Midpoints, Bisectors, Trisectors III.Logical Statements a.Converse, inverse, contrapositive IV.Perpendicularity V.Complementary and Supplementary Angles VI.Properties a.Addition b.Subtraction c.Multiplication d.Division VII.Transitive and Substitution Properties VIII.Vertical Angles
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• Topics Chapters 3 & 4 I.Proving Triangles Congruent a)SAS, SSS, ASA, AAS, HL-Postulate II.CPCTC III.Intro to circles all radii are congruent IV.Medians, Altitudes, Angle bisectors V.Overlapping triangles VI.Types of triangles a)Angle classification acute, right, obtuse b)Side classification scalene, isosceles, equilateral VII.If sides then angles VIII.Midpoint formula IX.Drawing a diagram to fit a proof X.Supplementary and congruent angles are right XI.Equidistance Theorem XII.Slope XIII.Equations of Lines XIV.Systems of Equations
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• Chapter 5 and 7 I.Parallel Lines II.Angles associated with parallel lines III.Properties of Quadrilaterals I.Parallelograms II.Rectangles III.Squares IV.Rhombuses V.Kites VI.Trapezoids, Isosceles Trapezoids IV.Regular Polygons V.Interior angles of regular polygons VI.Exterior angles of regular polygons VII.Midline theorem VIII.No Choice Theorem IX.Exterior Angle Equality (triangles)
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• Chapter 8 I.Ratios and Proportions II.Similar Triangles I.Proving Similar Triangles II.Corresponding sides of similar triangles are proportional III.Corresponding angles of similar triangles are congruent III.Side Splitter Theorem IV.Train Tracks Theorem V.Angle Bisector Theorem
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• Chapter 9 Radicals and Factoring Circles Altitude on Hypotenuse Thm Pythagorean Theorem Pythagorean Triples Special Right triangles (30-60-90) (45-45-90) Trigonometry

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