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POWER TESTFIRST SEMESTER GeometryK. Santos
Power Test Format (10 questions)
Anglesvertical angles (sample #8)
Anglesvertical angles (sample #4)
AnglesLinear Pair (sample #3)
Anglescomplementary angles (not on sample but shows up on power tests)
Anglescomplementary ratio problem (sample #10)
Anglessupplementary ratio problem (not on this power test)
Anglessupplement word problem (sample question #7)
AnglesComplement word problem (not on this sample power test)
Parallel Linescorresponding angles (sample example #6)
Parallel LinesAlternate interior angles (no example on this power test) Alternate interior anglescongruent 6x x x – 10 = 4x x – 10 = 18 2x = 28 x = 14
Parallel Linessame side interior angles (example #1 on sample power test)
Trianglesinterior angle sum (example #5)
Trianglesexterior angle sum--numeric (example #2 on the sample power test)
Trianglesexterior angle sumalgebraic (example #9 on sample power test)
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