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Introduction to Deductive Geometry

# Introduction to Deductive Geometry - 83o x 180o c 9a aa H d...

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E D C B A a a d f e c a b D C B A H a a F E D K C B A c b a a d Q P C B A 180 o – 9 a 2 a 3 a D E C A G H B c a P F E D C B A a p q C Y Q X P A B 2 a 3 a a F D B E C A 70 o C B E x x y y A a b D B H C A G F E 83 o x 115 o F R G S Q F E D C B A d S R Q P c b a E D C B A Introduction to Deductive Geometry Form 2 Section A Multiple Choice Questions 1. In the figure, the reason for AB // DC is int. s supp. corr. s equal. A. alt. s equal B. vert. opp. s 2. In the figure, AB // CD, Which of the following is true? A. a = e (int. s, AB // CD) B. c = f (alt. s, AB // CD) b = d (int. s, AB // CD) C. a = f (corr. s, AB // CD) 3. In the figure, AB // CD // EF and HKB is a straight line. The proof for HB // ED is shown below: GKH = (corr. s, AB // CD) = a CDE= DEF = a GKH = CDE HB // ED (corr. s equal) Which of the following gives the correct answers for filling in the blank spaces provided? A. ABK; int. s, CD // EF ABK; corr. s, AB // CD B. ABK; alt. s, CD // EF C. BKD; corr. s, CD // EF In the figure, APQ is the angle bisector of BAC in ABC. Which of the following is NOT always true? A. b + c = 90 o B. a + c = d 2 a + b + c = 180 C. b c + 2 d = 180 o 4. In the figure, AB // CD and HGFE is a straight line. Which of the following is true?

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