MTH 157 Chapter 10 Checkpoint

MTH 157 Chapter 10 Checkpoint - angle 6 22 28 32 60 36 48 7...

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Chapter 10 Checkpoint Section 10.1 2.) a.) Line QR and QP b.) Line PS is parallel to line VU c.) Line QS and VT d.) PQS and VUT e.) QPS and USR f.) PQ, SQ and RQ g.) P, X and S h.) Q, X and R 12.) DHF 20.) True; if the points are collinear then they are on the same line and if they are on the same line, they are on the same plane. 26.) True; a right triangle has to 90 degrees just as a obtuse triangle has to be more than 90 degrees 32.) Yes, if there are three points that are on the same line, those same the points are on the same plane. Section 10.2 2.) Point where three medians of the triangle intersect. 12.) The hiker starts at the rest area and goes to the pond, then take the 5 mile trail back to the rest area to ranger station down to the pond up to the observation tower, and then to the ranger station. 34.) No way possible Section 10.3 2.) a.) 52 b.) 128 c.) 128 d.) 52 e.) 128 f.) 52 g.) 128 6.) 14.) The measure of angles 1-5 are 90 degrees because they are all right angles. The measure of
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Unformatted text preview: angle 6 22.) 28.) 32.) 60 36.) 48.) 7 Section 10.4 2.) congruent; they are the same shape and size and are a mirror image of each other 16.) similar; they are different in size but have the same shapes and angles 44.) a.) 90 b.) 90 c.) 90 d.) 30 e.) 30 72.) a.) b.) Section 10.5 2.) 6.) parallelogram, rectangle and square 20.) a.) no b.) no c.) no d.) yes e.) yes f.) yes 44.) every rhombus is a parallelogram because its four sides are all the same length. The standard that relates to the content that we addressed this week, deals with discussing problem solving and geometry in grades 6-8. This is related to finding the degrees of an angle within a triangle when we already know the degrees of two angles. The other standard that relates to the content comes from grades 3-5 and that students should construct shapes and be able to compare and discuss them....
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course MATH 157 taught by Professor Durost during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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