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Practice for Wednesday’s testFebruary 20, 2009 If this were a quiz... Practice for Wednesday’s test
If this were a quiz... ABCD is a parallelogram. Solve for x and y, then find the measure of each angle. A D B C
Which one is concave? Which one is convex?If this were a quiz... Which one is concave? Which one is convex? #1 #2
If this were a quiz... ABCD is an isosceles trapezoid. Use this information to solve for x & y. Then find the measure of each angle and the two sides. A B D C
If this were a quiz... ABCD is an trapezoid. Use this information to solve for x. Then find the measure of each angle. B A D C ** Consecutive angles are supplementary **
If this were a quiz... Which figures are polygons?B C Which figures are polygons? Which figures are not polygons? D E F
If this were a quiz... ABCD is a rectangle. Solve for x, y, & k, then find the length of each side. C A B D
If this were a quiz... ABCD is a square. Solve for x and y, then find the length of each side. C A B D
If this were a quiz... 10 Solve for x 22 8 x x 36
If this were a quiz... The following shape is a rhombus.Solve for x and y. A C B D
If this were a quiz... ABCD is a parallelogram. Solve for x and then find the measure of EVERY angle. A D B C
If this were a quiz... EF is the mid-segment of this triangle. E F O MFind the length of MO and EF E F O M
If this were a quiz... QuestionName the angles from smallest to biggest.
If this were a quiz... Solve for x and find the measure of every missing angle. 53° 5x+2 °
If this were a quiz... Solve
If this were a quiz... Use the following information and the Segment Addition Postulate to solve for ‘x’. Then find the length of HJ and the length of JK J K H
If this were a quiz... What equation do you need to create to solve for x ? Solve the equation. Find the measure of each angle
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