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As a group of tall yound men wearing numbered T-shirts
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Name the type of reasoning (if any) used in the statements below:
As a group of tall yound men wearing numbered T-shirts walk into a store, you look at them and say to
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As a group of tall yound men wearing numbered T-shirts walk into a store, you look at them and say to
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You scored 70 out of 100
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Name the type of reasoning (if any) used in the statements below:
You know the rule "If a person lives in Houston, then he or she will pay a sales tax of 8.25%." John t
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You scored 90 out of 100
Question 1
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What type of angle is 180 ?
a) Right
b) Obtuse
c) Acute
d) Straight
e) Complementary
f) None of the above
Question 2
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Describe in one word the rela
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Quiz 5
You scored 83.33 out of 100
Question 1
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Given k m with transversal v. If m2 = 115, find m6.
a) 25
b) 115
c) 58
d) 90
e) 65
f) None of the above
Question 2
Your answer is CORRECT.
Given k m with transversal v
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You scored 81.82 out of 100
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Which of the following correctly name the angle shown below?
I. ABE
II. BAE
III. EBA
a) I, II, and III
b) III only
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You scored 90 out of 100
Question 1
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Congruent parts are indicated by like dashes (sides) or arcs (angles). Which of the following methods (if
any) would be used to prove the two triangles congruent?
a) SSS
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Question 1
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The triangles named can be proven congruent by the method AAS. Considering the congruent pairs
marked, name the additional pair of parts that must be congruent.
a) ABD C
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A drug is a substance that changes the
body or its functioning.
An
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neurotransmitter.
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Name the type of reasoning (if any) used in the statements below:
Yesterday and today, I left for work at 8am and I arrived on time. Therefore, every day that I leave th
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Quiz 7
You scored 100 out of 100
Question 1
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Find the total number of diagonals for a polygon of 9 sides.
a) 36
b) 63
c) 72
d) 7
e) 27
f) None of the above
Question 2
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Find the sum of the mea
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Quiz 6
You scored 100 out of 100
Question 1
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Refer to ABC, find mA given that mC = 54 and mB = 56.
a) 70
b) 126
c) 56
d) 124
e) 54
f) None of the above
Question 2
Your answer is CORRECT.
Describe the auxiliary line
Math 1312
Section 5.1
Ratios, Rates, and Proportions
Definition:
a
, where b 0 that provides comparison between the numbers a
b
and b . Units of measure found in a ratio must be convertible to the same unit of measure.
A ratio is the quotient
Example 1: T
Math 1312
Section 3.1
Congruent Triangles
Definition:
If the six parts of one triangle are congruent to the corresponding six parts of another
triangle, then the triangles are congruent triangles.
In other words:
Congruent triangles are triangles that hav
Math 1312
Section 2.6
Symmetry and Transformations
Definition:
A figure has symmetry with respect to a line l if for every point A on the figure, there is
a second point B on the figure for which l is the perpendicular bisector of AB .
Example 1:
B
A
l
C
Math 1312
Section 2.5
Convex Polygons
Definitions:
A polygon is a closed plane figure bounded by straight line segments as sides.
A convex polygon has two properties:
a) Every angle measures between 0o and 180o .
b) A line segment joining two points of a
Math 1312
Section 2.1
Parallel Lines
Definition: Parallel lines are lines in the same plane that do not intersect.
Postulate 10: (Parallel Postulate)
Through a point not on a line one line is parallel to the given line.
Definitions:
A transversal is a lin
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You scored 90 out of 100
Question 1
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Given: 1 2
Prove: SXQ RXP
Which of the following is the reason for statement 1?
Statements
1. 1 2
Reasons
1. _
2. m1 = m2
2. _
3. m1 + m3 = mSXQ and m2 + m3 = mRXP 3. _
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Question 1
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Solve for x .
a) -138
b) -134
c) 134
d) -78
e) 74
f) None of the above
Question 2
Your answer is CORRECT.
Solve for x .
a) -114
b) -74
c) -112
d) 38
e) 74
f) None of the
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Quiz 10
You scored 100 out of 100
Question 1
Your answer is CORRECT.
If ACAB and mB=70, find mC.
a) 40
b) 20
c) 110
d) 55
e) 70
f) None of the above
Question 2
Your answer is CORRECT.
If ACAB and mB=64, find mA.
a) 116
b) 58
c) 52
d) 26
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Montgomery,
Samantha
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Name the type of reasoning (if any) used in the statements below:
You know the rule "If a person lives in Houston, then h
Math 1312
Lesson 3
Definition: A ray is made up of points and is straight. It begins at an endpoint and
extends infinitely in one direction. (Symbol: AB )
Example 1:
Definition: Opposite rays are two rays that share a common endpoint and their union is a
Math 1312 - Intro. To Math Reasoning
1.20.14
Lesson 1: Sets, Statements, and Reasoning
Denition 1 A set is any collection of objects. These objects are called the elements of
the set.
Example 1
A = cfw_1, 2, 3
B = cfw_Counting numbers
C = cfw_Students enr
Math 1312
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Definitions:
A plane is a two dimensional geometric object. It has infinite length and infinite
width but no thickness.
Parallel lines are lines that lie in the same plane but do not intersect. (Symbol | )
Perpen
Math 1312
Section 1.5
Introduction to Geometric Proof
Properties of Equality (Table 1.5) page 40
Addition Property of Equality
If a = b , then a + c = b + c
Subtraction Property of Equality
If a = b , then a c = b c
Multiplication Property of Equality
If
Math 1312
Homework 8
Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 8 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. If
a problem comes from the exercises in the textbook then Problem 1.2.6 refers to Chapter 1,
Section 2, problem number 6 etc.
1. Problem 3.3.6
Math 1312
Homework 1
Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 1 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. If
a problem comes from the exercises in the textbook then Problem 1.2.6 refers to Chapter 1,
Section 2, problem number 6 etc.
1. Classify the f
Math 1312
Homework 3
Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 3 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. If
a problem comes from the exercises in the textbook then Problem 1.2.6 refers to Chapter 1,
Section 2, problem number 6 etc.
1. Problem 1.5.6
Math 1312
Homework 7
Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 7 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. If
a problem comes from the exercises in the textbook then Problem 1.2.6 refers to Chapter 1,
Section 2, problem number 6 etc.
1. Problem 3.1.2.
Math 1312
Homework 6
Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 6 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. If
a problem comes from the exercises in the textbook then Problem 1.2.6 refers to Chapter 1,
Section 2, problem number 6 etc.
1. Problem 2.5.2