Chapter 1 – Introducing Geometry - jackiebroomall by malj

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									Unit 3– Quadrilaterals
Review for Final Exam
True/False
• A diagonal is a line segment in a polygon that
  connects any two vertices.
True/False
• If the sum of the lengths of two consecutive sides
  of a kite is 48 cm, then the perimeter of the kite
  is 96 cm.
True/False
• If the vertex angles of a kite measure 48° and 36°,
  then the nonvertex angles each measure 138°.
True/False
• The diagonals of a rectangle are perpendicular
  bisectors of each other.
True/False
• A trapezoid is a quadrilateral having exactly one
  pair of parallel sides.
True/False
• A polygon with ten sides is a decagon.
True/False
• A square is a rectangle with all the sides equal in
  length.
True/False
• A pentagon has five sides and six diagonals.
True/False
• Any two consecutive sides of a kite are
  congruent.
True/False
• If a polygon has two pairs of parallel sides then it
  is a parallelogram.
True/False
• The diagonals of a parallelogram are congruent.
True/False
• The measure of each angle of a regular
  dodecagon is 150°.
True/False
• If the sum of the measures of the interior angles
  of a polygon is less than 1000°, then the polygon
  has fewer than 7 sides.
True/False
• The sum of the measures of one set of exterior
  angles of a polygon is always less than the sum
  of the measures of the interior angles.
True/False
• Both pairs of base angles of an isosceles
  trapezoid are supplementary.
True/False
• The diagonals of a rhombus bisect the angles of
  the rhombus.
True/False
• If the diagonals of a quadrilateral are congruent,
  but only one is the perpendicular bisector of the
  other, then the quadrilateral is a kite.
True/False
• If the diagonals of a quadrilateral are congruent
  and perpendicular then it is a square.
True/False
• The consecutive angles of a rectangle are
  congruent and supplementary.
True/False
• The diagonals of a rectangle bisect the angles.
True/False
• A square is a rhombus with all angles congruent.
True/False
• Every rhombus is a square.
True/False
• It is not possible for a trapezoid to have three
  congruent sides.
True/False
• Every square is a rectangle.
True/False
• A diagonal divides a square into two isosceles
  right triangles.
True/False
• Opposite angles in a parallelogram are always
  congruent.
Always/Sometimes/Never
• An equilateral polygon is equiangular.
Always/Sometimes/Never
• The diagonals of a kite are perpendicular
  bisectors of each other.
Find the angle measures of x and y.
One exterior angle of a regular polygon
measures 10°.

 - What is the measure of each interior angle?

 - How many sides does the polygon have?
Find the measures of a, b and c.
Find the measures of x and y.
In the diagram below, the line segment with
a measure of 29 is the midsegment of the
trapezoid.
Find the measures of x, y and z.
Given: ABCD is a parallelogram and

Prove: AC and PQ bisect each other

								
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