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Ch. 2 Extra Practice p. 691 (taken directly from textbook)
#5: For the statement below, write the conditional form and then the converse of the conditional. If
the converse is true, combine the statements as a biconditional.
Three points on
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Ch. 1 Extra Practice p. 690 (taken directly from textbook)
#7-13 odd: True or False.
D
7. A, D, and F are coplanar.
A
9. A, B, and E are coplanar.
F
E
11. FC EF
C
13. BC and DF are skew lines.
B
#17-21 odd: Use the figure at the right.
A
G
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Ch. 6 Extra Practice p. 695 (taken directly from textbook)
#1: Graph the given points. Use slope and the Distance Formula to determine the most precise name
for the quadrilateral ABCD.
1) A(3, 5), B(6, 5), C(2, 1), D(1, 3)
#12: Based on the
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Ch. 5 Extra Practice p. 694 (taken directly from textbook)
#1 & 2: Find the value of x.
1)
2)
48
7x-1
3x
48
#13 16: Is AB an angle bisector, altitude, median or perpendicular bisector?
13)
A
14)
15)
A
16)
B
B
A
B
#25: List the sides of the
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Ch. 4 Extra Practice p. 693 (taken directly from textbook)
#10: State whether the figures are congruent. Justify your answer.
10) TUV ; UVW
U
W
V
T
#15 & 16: Where possible, explain how you would use SSS, SAS, ASA or AAS to prove the triang
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Ch. 3 Extra Practice p. 692 (taken directly from textbook)
#1: Find m1 and m2. State the theorems or postulates that justify your answer.
12
46
#5-11 odd: Refer to the diagram at the right. Use the given information to determine which lines