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SpringBoard Unit 3 Review Game

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Please select a Team

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Which of the following is NOT an obtuse angle? 1.an angle whose measure is 92˚ 2.the supplement of a 60 ˚ angle 3.an interior angle of an equilateral triangle 4.an interior angle of a regular pentagon

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If a quadrilateral has interior angles of measures 52˚, 103˚, and 79˚, what must be the measure of its fourth interior angle? 1) 76˚ 2) 126˚ 3) 180˚ 4) 360˚

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In the figure below, l is parallel to m. What is x?

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Figure ABCD below is a parallelogram. The measure of

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In the figure below, DC and AB intersect at point E. Which of the following statements explains why <4 and <2 have the same measure? 1.they are both complementary to <3 2.they are supplementary angles 3.they are vertical angles 4.they are complementary angles

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Which of the following statements about the triangles shown above is true? 1 ) Each has at least one obtuse angle. 2) Each has a right angle. 3) Each has a right angle and an obtuse angle. 4) Each has more than one acute angle.

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The scale of a map is 1 inch: 30 miles. The distance between Newtown and Porter on this map is 3.75 inches. To find the actual distance between these two cities in miles, the map distance should be multiplied by which of the following ratios?

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What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? 1.0% 25% 50% 75% 100%

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Triangle ABC is a right triangle with side lengths 16, 30, 34. Which of the following are the side lengths of a triangle that is similar to triangle ABC? A ) 3, 4, 5 B) 5, 12, 13 C) 8, 15, 17 D) 13, 17, 21

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Latisha uses a photocopier to enlarge a drawing by a scale factor of 1.5. What is the relationship between the photocopy and the original drawing? 1) The photocopy is similar to the original. 2) The photocopy is congruent to the original. 3) The photocopy is a reduction of the original. 4) The photocopy is a reflection of the original.

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Which of the following instructions would be sufficient to accomplish the preferred position of the piano? 1) Rotate 90˚ clockwise and then move it 30 feet to the right. 2) Rotate 90˚ clockwise and move it 30 feet to the left. 3) Rotate 90˚ counterclockwise and move it 30 feet to the right. 4) Rotate the piano 90˚ counterclockwise and move it 30 feet to the left.

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Which of the following rules would represent the translation shown below? 1.(x,y) (x-3, y+2) 2.(x,y) (x+1, y+4) 3.(x,y) (x-3, y+1) 4.(x,y) (x+1, y-3)

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A triangle has interior angle measures of 35˚, 45˚, and x˚. What does x equal? A) 280˚ B) 100˚ C) 145˚ D) 135˚

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Each small square of the map represents an area of ¼ mile by ¼ mile. Which of the following is closest to the length of the hiking trail that leads between the campground and the fishing dock? a)1 ½ miles b)2 ½ miles c)5 miles d)10 miles

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In the figure to the right, DC and AB intersect at point E. If <3 is 155˚ then what is the measurement of <2? a)155˚ b) 25˚ c) 35˚ d) None of the above

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What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the final question? 1.0% 2.25% 3.50% 4.75% 5.100%

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Natalie walks at a rate of 3 miles per hour. She burns 110 calories on a 30 minute walk. How many calories will she burn if she walks for 45 minutes at the same rate? 1) 125 calories 2) 135 calories 3)155 calories 4)165 calories

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