Math Baseball Chapter Three Review Play Ball!! Top of the First Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double.

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Math Baseball Chapter Three Review

Play Ball!!

Top of the First Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single Two coplanar lines that do not intersect are called ______ lines?? CorrectIncorrect

Single  Use the Figure Below: The two bolded lines are called _______ lines? CorrectIncorrect

Single According to the Parallel Postulate, if there is a line and a point not on the line, then how many parallels to the given line can be drawn through the point?? CorrectIncorrect

Single  In the figures, <6 and <2 are _________ angles? 8 5 7 6 1 3 24 CorrectIncorrect

Double Find m<1 in the figure below. PQ ll RS P 61° Q R1S CorrectIncorrect

Double Refer to the figure. Which theorem guarantees l and m are parallel? lm CorrectIncorrect

Double Which lines, if any, can be proved parallel given the following diagram? For each conclusion, provide a reason. a b c d CorrectIncorrect

Double Use the figure and the given information to determine which lines must be parallel. Given <1 <3. l m n p 3 1 2 CorrectIncorrect 4 5

Home Run!!! The long parallel sides of a tennis court are called sidelines and the short parallel sides are called baselines. The sidelines and baselines are perpendicular to each other. A net stretches across the court perpendicular to the sidelines and 39 feet from each baseline. Explain how you know the net is parallel to the baselines. CorrectIncorrect

Bottom of the First Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single Two lines that are not coplanar and do not intersect are called ______ lines?? CorrectIncorrect

Single  Use the Figure Below:  The two bolded lines are called _______ lines? CorrectIncorrect

Single According to the Perpendicular Postulate, if there is a line and a point not on the line, then how many perpendiculars to the given line can be drawn through the point?? CorrectIncorrect

Single  In the figures, <6 and <3 are _________ angles? 8 5 7 6 1 3 24 CorrectIncorrect

Double In the figure shown, name all pairs of alternate exterior angles. C D A BE F HG CorrectIncorrect

Double Use the figure and the given information to determine which lines must be parallel. Given <2 <3. l m n p 3 1 2 5 4 CorrectIncorrect

Double Find m<1 in the figure below. PQ ll RS P 75° Q R1S CorrectIncorrect

Double Refer to the figure. Which theorem guarantees l and m are parallel? lm CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! A baseball diamond has four bases, one at each corner, connected by 90 foot long baselines. The baseline from home plate to first base is parallel to the baseline from second to third base. The baselines from first to second base and from third base to home plate are both perpendicular to the baseline from home plate to first base. Explain how you know the baseline from third base to home plate is parallel to the baseline from first to second base. CorrectIncorrect

Top of the Second Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single  In the figures, <6 and <4 are _________ angles? 8 5 7 6 1 3 24 CorrectIncorrect

Single What is the slope of the line that passes through points A(-2,-3) and B(5,3)?? CorrectIncorrect

Single A line parallel to y=-4x+2 has slope m=___? CorrectIncorrect

Single Which lines, if any, can be proved parallel given the following diagram? For each conclusion, provide a reason. a b c 106° 54° 50° CorrectIncorrect

Double In the figure shown, name all pairs of corresponding angles. C D A BE F HG CorrectIncorrect

Double A line parallel to y=½x+3 and passing through (0,1) has the equation________? CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the lines with equations -3x+y=-2 and 3x+y=1?? A. Same Line B. Neither Parallel or Perpendicular C. Perpendicular D. Parallel CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the line that passes through (-3,4) and (0,8) and the line that passes through (8,-2) and (11,2)?? A. Parallel B. Neither Parallel or Perpendicular C. Perpendicular D. Same Line CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! Copy an acute angle with vertex A using your construction tools. A CorrectIncorrect

Bottom of the Second Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single  In the figures, <8 and <2 are _________ angles? 8 5 7 6 1 3 24 CorrectIncorrect

Single What is the slope of the line that passes through points A(2,3) and B(5,3)?? CorrectIncorrect

Single A line perpendicular to y=-4x+2 has slope m=___? CorrectIncorrect

Single Which lines, if any, can be proved parallel given the following diagram? For each conclusion, provide a reason. ab c 100° 50° CorrectIncorrect

Double Which lines, if any, can be proved parallel given the following diagram? For each conclusion, provide a reason. a c b d CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the line that passes through (1,4) and (-4,7) and the line that passes through (-5,8) and (-2,3)? A. Perpendicular B. Parallel C. Neither Perpendicular nor Parallel D. Same Line CorrectIncorrect

Double What is the slope of the line perpendicular to the line 5x+3y=6? CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the lines with equations -4x+8y=3 and -8x+16y=6?? A. Parallel B. Same Line C. Neither Parallel nor Perpendicular D. Perpendicular CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! Given a line and a point not on the line: Using your construction tools, construct a line through the given point that is parallel to the given line. CorrectIncorrect

Top of the Third Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single Find the slope-intercept form of the line passing through the point (2,1) and parallel to the line y=2x-1. CorrectIncorrect

Single What is the slope of a line perpendicular to the line 9x+2y=8?? CorrectIncorrect

Single In the figure, m ll n and r is a transversal. Which of the following is not necessarily true? r m n CorrectIncorrect 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 8 A. <5 <3B. <7 <4C. <2 <6D. <8 <2

Single Which lines, if any, can be proved parallel given the following diagram? For each conclusion, provide a reason. CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the lines with the equations -6x-y=9 and 18x+3y=4? A. Same Line B. Neither Parallel nor Perpendicular C. Perpendicular D. Parallel CorrectIncorrect

Double A line parallel to y=1/2x+3 and passing through (0,0) has the equation______? CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the line that passes through (-1,-2) and (1,2) and the line that passes through (9,1) and (5,3)? A. Neither Perpendicular nor Parallel B. Perpendicular C. Parallel D. Same Line CorrectIncorrect

Double Which of the following theorems can not be used to prove that two lines are parallel? A. Theorem 3.12 B. Corresponding Angles Converse C. Theorem 3.11 D. Corresponding Angles Postulate CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! The long parallel sides of a basketball court are called sidelines and the short parallel sides are called end lines. The side and end lines are perpendicular to each other. At each end of the court, fifteen feet from the end line, and perpendicular to the side lines is the free throw line. Explain how you know the free throw line is parallel to the end lines. CorrectIncorrect

Bottom of the Third Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single What is the slope of the line passing through the points A(3,5) and B(-5,3)?? CorrectIncorrect

Single What is the slope of a line perpendicular to the line 6x+2y=8? CorrectIncorrect

Single In the figure, m ll n and r is a transversal. Which of the following is not necessarily true? r m n CorrectIncorrect 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 8 A. <5 <3B. <7 <1C. <2 <8D. <8 <1

Single A line perpendicular to y=-1/2x+3 has slope m=___? CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the lines with equations -3x+y=-2 and -3x+y=1? A. Same Line B. Neither Parallel nor Perpendicular C. Perpendicular D. Parallel CorrectIncorrect

Double Which of the following theorems can be used to prove two lines are parallel? A. Corresponding Angles Postulate B. Alternate Interior Angles Theorem C. Alternate Exterior Angles Theorem D. Theorem 3.11 CorrectIncorrect

Double A line parallel to y=2/3x-7 and passing through (0,0) has the equation_______? CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the line that passes through (-3,4) and (0,8) and the line that passes through (8,-2) and (11,2). A. Parallel B. Neither Parallel nor Perpendicular C. Perpendicular D. Same Line CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! The long parallel sides of a rugby pitch are called touch lines and the short parallel sides are called try lines. The touch and try lines are perpendicular to each other. At each end of the pitch, 22 meters from the try line, and perpendicular to the touch lines is the 22 meter line. Explain how you know each 22 meter line is parallel to the try lines. CorrectIncorrect

Top of the Fourth Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single Find the slope of the line passing through the points A(4,-8) and B(6,-5). CorrectIncorrect

Single Which theorem states that if two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, then the pairs of corresponding angles are congruent?? CorrectIncorrect

Single Find the slope intercept form of the line passing through the point (-4,-6) and parallel to the line y=-6x+2. CorrectIncorrect

Single A line parallel to y=2/3x-7 has slope m=___? CorrectIncorrect

Double Which lines, if any, can be proved parallel given the following diagram? For each conclusion, provide a reason. a b c d 28° 151° CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the lines with equations 8x-3y=5 and 24x-9y=0? A. Parallel B. Same Line C. Neither Perpendicular nor Parallel D. Perpendicular CorrectIncorrect

Double Refer to the figure. Which theorem guarantees l and m are parallel? l m n CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the line that passes through (6,-3) and (4,0) and the line that passes through (-9,8) and (-12,6)? A. Parallel B. Neither Perpendicular nor Parallel C. Perpendicular D. Same Line CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! Given a line and a point not on the line: Using your construction tools, construct a line through the given point that is parallel to the given line. CorrectIncorrect

Bottom of the Fourth Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single What is the slope of a line perpendicular to the line 10x+4y=8? CorrectIncorrect

Single Find m<1 in the figure below. PQ ll RS P 58° Q R1S CorrectIncorrect

Single Find the slope intercept form of the line passing through the point (-5,4) and parallel to the line y=5x+3. CorrectIncorrect

Single Find the slope of the line passing through the points A(6,8) and B(-1,-5). CorrectIncorrect

Double According to the Consecutive Interior Angles Converse, If two lines are cut by a transversal so that the pairs of consecutive interior angles are ________, then the lines are parallel. CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the lines with equations -5x-7y=1 and -20x-28y=4? A. Parallel B. Same Line C. Perpendicular D. Neither Parallel nor Perpendicular CorrectIncorrect

Double Which lines, if any, can be proved parallel given the following diagram? For each conclusion, provide a reason. a b c d 31° 149° CorrectIncorrect

Double Which best describes the relationship between the line that passes through (-2,6) and (3,8) and the line that passes through (7,5) and (5,10)? A. Neither Perpendicular nor Parallel B. Parallel C. Perpendicular D. Same Line CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! Copy an acute angle with vertex A using your construction tools. A CorrectIncorrect

Fifth Inning Stretch!!!! Take me out to the ball game, Take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, I don't care if I never get back, Let me root, root for the home team, If they don't win it's a shame. For it's one, two, three strikes, you're out, At the old ball game ! ! ! ! “ Take me out to the ball game, Take me out with the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, I don't care if I never get back, Let me root, root for the home team, If they don't win it's a shame. For it's one, two, three strikes, you're out, At the old ball game!!!“

Top of the Fifth Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single In the figures, <5 and <3 are _________ angles? 8 5 7 6 1 3 24 CorrectIncorrect

Single What is the slope-intercept form of the line passing through the point (-3,5) and parallel to the line y=-4x+2? CorrectIncorrect

Single In the figures, <7 and <3 are _________ angles? 8 5 7 6 1 3 24 CorrectIncorrect

Single What is the slope of a line perpendicular to the line 4y=-2x+9? CorrectIncorrect

Double Find m<1 in the figure below. PQ ll RS P Q 61° R1S CorrectIncorrect

Double A line perpendicular to y=-4x+2 is ________?  y=-4x-2  y=1/4x+1  y=-1/4x+1  y=4x-2 CorrectIncorrect

Double Find m<1 in the figure below. PQ ll RS P Q 98° R 1S CorrectIncorrect

Double In the figure shown, name all pairs of alternate interior angles. C D A BE F HG CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! Copy an obtuse angle with vertex A using your construction tools. A CorrectIncorrect

Bottom of the Fifth Inning  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Single Single  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double  Double Double Home Run!!! Next Inning

Single  In the figures, <4 and <8 are _________ angles? 8 5 7 6 1 3 24 CorrectIncorrect

Single What is the slope of the line passing through the points A(-8,-3) and B(-5,-2)? CorrectIncorrect

Single  In the figures, <4 and <5 are _________ angles? 8 5 7 6 1 3 24 CorrectIncorrect

Single What is the slope of a line perpendicular to the line 5y=-10x-15? CorrectIncorrect

Double Find m<1 in the figure below. PQ ll RS P Q 61° R 1S CorrectIncorrect

Double A line parallel to y=2/3x-7 is______? A. y=-2/3x+1 B. y=2/3x-7 C. y=-3/2x+7 D. y=2/3x+1 CorrectIncorrect

Double Find m<1 in the figure below. PQ ll RS P Q 98° R 1S CorrectIncorrect

Double In the figure shown, name all pairs of consecutive interior angles. C D A BE F HG CorrectIncorrect

Home Run!!! Copy an obtuse angle with vertex A using your construction tools. A CorrectIncorrect

EXTRA INNINGS!!! Find the value for k so that the line through (4,k) and (-2,-1) is parallel to the line y=-2x+3/2.

Extra Innings!!! Find the value for k so that the line through (k,-10) and (5,-6) is parallel to the line y=-1/4x+3.

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