Final
Exam
Name___________________________________
MULTIPLE
CHOICE.
Choose
the
one
alternative
that
best
completes
the
statement
or
answers
the
question.
Answer
the
question.
1) What
must
be
true
for
a
pentagon
so
that
it
will
tessellate
a
plane?
A) All
of
its
sides
must
be
the
same
length.
B) It
never
tessellates
a
plane.
C) It
has
one
pair
of
parallel
sides.
D) It
must
be
a
regular
pentagon.
1)
Answer
the
question.
The
figure
is
not
drawn
to
scale.
2) Find
the
measure
of
∠
P.
170°
70°
2)
Convert
the
units.
3) 76
quarts
=
gallons
A) 38
B) 304
C) 152
D) 19
3)
4) 591
mm
=
cm
4)
Find
d
in
simplest
radical
form.
5)
8
A) 4
2
B) 4
C) 4
3
D) 8
2
5)
1
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Find
the
area
of
the
polygon.
6)
49
in.
55
in.
24
in.
A) 1200.5
in.
2
B) 1176
in.
2
C) 1347.5
in.
2
D) 588
in.
2
6)
Find
the
circumference
of
the
circle.
Use
3.14
for
π
.
7)
15
yd
7)
Find
the
distance
between
the
two
points.
Round
an
approximate
result
to
the
nearest
hundredth.
8) (

4,

1)
and
(

8,

4)
A)

5
B) 12
C) 2.24
D) 5
8)
Find
the
midpoint
of
the
line
segment
having
the
given
endpoints.
9) (8,

4)
and
(

7,
8)
9)
Find
the
probability.
10) An
experiment
consists
of
tossing
a
quarter,
a
dime,
and
a
nickel.
What
is
the
probability
that
all
three
coins
come
up
the
same
(ie
all
three
come
up
heads
or
all
three
come
up
tails)?
10)
11) Two
cards
are
drawn
without
replacement
from
an
ordinary
deck
of
52
playing
cards.
What
is
the
probability
that
the
second
card
is
a
face
card,if
the
first
card
was
a
queen?
11)
Find
the
slope
of
the
line
through
the
given
points.
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