# Exam 1-1 - Math 213 1(16). Exam 1A Spring 2007 Name_ a....

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Math 213Exam 1ASpring 2007Name______________________________1(16).a.Draw a net for the pentagonal prism shown at right.b.This prism has _____ (# of) faces, ______ edges, and ______ vertices.c.If a prism has octagonal bases, it has ______ faces, ______ edges, and ______ vertices.2(9).Consider the earth and moon shown below.Assume you are looking down on the NorthPole.a.Draw in the sun rays so that a person located at point P will be experiencing sunset.b.Sketch what the moon will appear like to a earth-observer.c.Is the moon waxing or waning?PmoonEarth
3(8).Triangle ABC shown at right is an equiangular and equilateral triangle.A person begins walking at point A, turns at B, turns at C, andreturns to point A but does not turn.What is the total number ofdegrees the walker has turned?Explain.4(8).Jenn sees the reflection of her brother Ben in a flat mirror.Sketch the mirror; be sure it istilted at an appropriate angle.Use a protractor, and mark the angles that are congruent.5(8).Identify whether the following is an example of inductive reasoning or deductivereasoning.

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