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Read each question and possible answers carefully.Read each question and possible answers carefully. Click on the answer the you think is correct.Click on the answer the you think is correct. If you are correct you will advance to the next question. If you are wrong, go back to the question and try again.If you are correct you will advance to the next question. If you are wrong, go back to the question and try again. Keep track of how many questions you get correct.Keep track of how many questions you get correct. As you go along make a list of terms with which you have trouble.As you go along make a list of terms with which you have trouble. This button will bring you back to the rules screen.

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Which of the following is an example of an acute angle?

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Complete the following pattern:

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When you are looking at a set of data, what is the range? The middle number in the set. The most common number in the set. The sum of all the number in the set. The maximum minus the minimum in the set.

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What is the mean for the following set of data? (HINT: mean is the same as average) 15, 8, 13, 21, 8

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Which of the following is an example of a line segment?

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What is an isosceles triangle? A triangle that has all equal sides. A triangle that has a 90 deg. angle. A triangle that doesn’t have any equal sides. A triangle that has at least two equal sides.

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Which of the following is NOT a polygon? Circle Rectangle Star Pentagon

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Which of the following figures are congruent?

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What is perimeter? The measure of space inside a 2-dimensional shape. The measure of space inside a 3-dimensional shape. The measure of the distance around a 2- dimensional shape. The measure of space around the outside of a 3-dimensional shape.

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Which of the following fractions is in simplest form?

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