Math 213 Fall 2006 Exam 1
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Needed: protractor, straightedge (ID card will work)
moon's orbit
1(6). a. John is awake at dawn. Put a dot on the earth at right
and mark it "J" to indicate where John is located with respect to
Earth
the sun.
sun
N*
rays
Math 213
Exam 3A
Fall 2007
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1(12). On the grid below, plot the triangle with vertices A = (-3, 5), B = (-1, 2) and C = (-10, -3).
y
x
a. Reflect ABC across the diagonal line y=x shown on the grid. Name the image A'B'C'.
b. Reflect A'B'C' across the x
Math 213
Exam 3A
Spring 2011
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1. Sketch a pattern for a prism with regular hexagonal bases (include the bases in your pattern). Indicate what edges will
meet when folded.
2. Sketch a Venn diagram to illustrate the relationship between the sets of Pla
MATH 213
Spring 2011
Exam 2A
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1(9). The AAS triangle congruence theorem states that, for two triangles, if two adjacent angles and a nonincluded side are congruent, then the triangles are congruent.
Using the number and/or letters above, state one
Math 213
Exam 1
Fall 2011
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1(6). a. In the space below, add the moon to the diagram so that the moon is not lit up to an observer on Earth
(in other words, it is new moon). (Assume we are looking down on the North Pole of the Earth. Remember
that the
Math 213 Exam 1B
Needed: protractor
Spring 2011
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1(9). a. In the space below, sketch a diagram with the sun, earth, and moon such that the moon appears to be
more than a half circle but not a full moon to an observer on Earth. (Assume we are looking
MATH 213
Spring 2011
Exam 2A
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1(9). The AAS triangle congruence theorem states that, for two triangles, if two adjacent angles and a nonincluded side are congruent, then the triangles are congruent.
Using the number and/or letters above, state one
Math 213
Exam 3R
Spring 2007
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1. a. On the grid below, sketch the triangle with coordinates A = (-8, -4), B = (-2, 5), C= (3, 1).
b. Reflect this triangle across the line y = x (the bold diagonal line given). Name the image
A'B'C'.
c. Reflect A'B'C'
Math 213
Fall 2006
Final Exam
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Do on Answer Sheet #1:
1(12). a. Sketch a net for a pyramid with a hexagonal base.
b. Draw a sketch to show how a cube can be sliced to obtain a triangular cross-section.
c. Draw a sketch of the Earth, moon, and sun in
Math 213
Exam 2A
Spring 2007
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1(14). Determine whether there is enough information in each of the diagrams below to
conclude that the two triangles are congruent. If so, state the congruence and the three-letter
postulate that yields the conclusion (
Math 213
Exam 2B
Fall 2006
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1(16). Given l | m , find the missing angle measures indicated by letters in the diagram below.
l
c
b
72
93 d
a
m
f
e
g
h
35
a=
b=
c=
d=
e=
f=
g=
h=
2(6). A student uses the following steps to construct a triangle:
She dra
Math 213
Exam 1A
Fall 2007
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1. a(6). Visualize a plane in space. Now visualize a circle in space. How many points might
the circle and plane have in common? Give all possibilities, with a short explanation o
Math 213
1(16).
Exam 1A
Spring 2007
Name_
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 eart
Math 213
Fall 2007
Exam 2A
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1(18). Find the measures of the lettered angles in the diagram below.
i
88
h
a
b
c
105
52
d
e
f
g
a=
c=
e=
g=
b=
d=
f=
i=
h=
2(10). Find the measure of one interior angle of a regular 8-gon. Show work.
3(12). Write a two-c
Math 213
Exam 3
Fall 2006
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1(15). a. On the grid below, plot the triangle with vertices A=(-5, 3), B=(-3, 12), and C=(5, 10).
b. Rotate the triangle 90 degrees clockwise using point A as the center. Label the vertices of
the image A'B'C'.
c. Apply th
Math 213 Fall 2007 Final Exam A
Materials Available: Tracing paper
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1(10). a. Sketch a square-based pyramid.
b. Sketch a net for a square-based pyramid.
c. If a square-based pyramid is sliced with a horizontal plane (parallel to the base), what is
th
Math 213 Spring 2007 Final Exam
Needed: tracing paper, compass,
straightedge, protractor, calculator
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Instructor's Name_
Please do each problem on the Answer Sheet indicated. The answer sheets will be
separated for uniform grading. If you need additi
Math 213
Exam 3A
Spring 2011
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1. Sketch a pattern for a prism with regular hexagonal bases (include the bases in your pattern). Indicate what edges will
meet when folded.
2. Sketch a Venn diagram to illustrate the relationship between the sets of Pla
Math 213 Exam 1A Fall 2010
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Needed: protractor
1(10). Sketch a net for a pyramid with a hexagonal base. Include all faces.
2(12). Consider the diagram of the Earth (solid circle) and moon orbit (dashed circle) below. Assume that you
are looking down
Math 213
Exam 3A
Spring 2012
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1. a(4). A student believes that she should multiply to convert 12 feet into yards because yards are bigger than feet. Use
a diagram and the meaning of division to help explain why this is not correct.
b(8). Use dimensio
Math 213
Exam 3A
Fall 2011
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1. a. Use dimensional analysis to convert 60 miles to meters. Show all steps. Use 1 inch = 2.54 cm.
b. Convert 2 square meters to square centimeters. Show work.
c. Sherice remembers two formulas for rectangles: l x w and 2
Math 213
Exam 2B
Spring 2012
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Materials Needed: compass, straightedge (ID card), tracing paper.
1(4). Given the following statement: The opposite angles of a rhombus are congruent.
Check all statements that are equivalent to it. (Note: dont just chec
Math 213
Exam 2A
Fall 2011
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1(16). Consider the following statement: "All parallelograms are quadrilaterals".
a. Write an equivalent if-then statement.
b. Write the converse of this statement. Is the converse true? Explain or give a counterexample.
c
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IB Mathematics SL Type II: Gold Medal Heights
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LACSAPS FRACTIONS
In this investigation, I will analyze a set of numbers that are presented in a symmetrical pattern.
Using technology and patterns, I will find additional rows for the set of numbers and I will find
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