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Unformatted text preview: MATH 131 MIDTERM NOAH KIESERMAN, NOVEMBER—52007 1. (1.4 #lc) Find the angle (the smaller of the two) between the hands of a clock at 1:45. 2. (3.2 #2) ‘ConVert to an “ifthen” statement, then give the converse. (a) All tall men play basketball. (b) VA square is a rhombus. 3. (2.4 #6) Using only straig}_1_t_e_dge and compass, construct an isosceles triangle with base 71—3 whose legs
are congruent to segment C’D. ' 4. (Worksheet #8, #2b) Solve for the unknown angle 11:. 5. (Worksheet #11, #2a,b) (a) Prove that the equation m2 + y2 = 100 has a solution. (b) Prove that the equation (:1: + y)2 2 32+ y? is not true in general. 6. (4.1 #7) In the ﬁgure; prove that d + e = b + c. 7. (WOrksheet #9, #321) What are the interior angles of a stop sign? 8. (Worksheet #12, #2) Draw two different (noncongruent) rtessellations of the plane by one given
rhombus. 9. (4.3 #12) In the ﬁgure, PA 2 PB. Prove that VOP bisects AAOB. 10. (Worksheet 13, #3) (a) Give an example of two shapes with equal perimeters and different areas. (b) Give an example of two 'shapes with equal areas and different perimeters. 11. (5.3 #5, #28d) Write a Teacher’s Solution to the following problem. Find the area of the shaded region. 12. (6.2 #12) Calculate the length QR in APQR. 26ft 30/1 2.
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