Chapter 2Standardized Test PracticePages 122–1231.D;490.1432.646492.C; 2(7)311, so (7, 11) is on the line.2(4)35, so (4, 5) is on the line.2(2)37, so (2,10) is not on the line.2(5)313, so (5,13) is on the line.3.A; a protractor is used to measure angles, notlengths. A calculator is not a measuring tool. Acentimeter ruler is more accurate than ayardstick because its unit of measurement(centimeters) is smaller.4.B;DEEFso DEEF.8x3¬3x78x¬3x105x¬10x¬25.A;ACFDCFACDby the Angle AdditionPostulate. So mACFmDCF90 sinceACDis a right angle. Then ACFand DCFare complementary angles.6.C; inductive reasoning uses specific examples tomake a conjecture.7.A8.A; divide both sides by 3.9.The shortest distance is the length of thehypotenuse of the right triangle whose legs havelengths 120 yd and 5313yd. Use the PythagoreanTheorem to find the length of the hypotenuse.Call this length d.d2(120)253132d214,40025,9600d¬17,244.4d¬131 yd10.inverse11.(p→q) (q→r) →(p→r)Martina drank 300 mg of calcium.
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