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Unformatted text preview: __________ 35. ( 2 pts) Is it possible for a triangle to have sides wit h the given lengths of 16, 11, and 5? If not,
explain why. Level 2 Geometry Final Exam 2010 Page 13 Part IV. Explain What is Wrong
Directions: For each question, either explain what is wrong with the picture, statement, or formula
given, OR you can correct what is wrong with the picture, statement, or formula. 36. 60 °
40 ° 37. M is the midpoint of AB . A M 4 B 2 10 38. AB is shown below: B A 39. A student solves for side YW by setting up the following equation: W 7 2 5 2 WY 2 49 25 WY 2 7 in 74 WY 2 74 WY 8.6 WY 2 Y 5 in X Level 2 Geometry Final Exam 2010 Page 14 40. What is wrong wit h the statement below?
A quadrilateral that has only one pair sides that are parallel and the other pair of sides that are
congruent must be a parallelogram. (Hint: try drawing a picture to help you) 41.
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140° 70° 58° 42. Given the quadrilateral ABCD and the measure of mA = 80, a student decides that mB = 95. B A C D Area (6)2 36 43. 6 cm HAVE A GREAT SUMMER VACATION!...
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