Final Review Part 1 Question Preview (ID: 34507)


First Part Of Review For Final.

Which of the following best describes deductive reasoning?
a) Using logic to draw conclusions based on accepted statements
b) Accepting the meaning of a term without definition
c) Defining mathematical terms to correspond with physical objects
d) inferring a general truth by examining a number of specific examples

Two lines in a plane always intersect in exactly one point - Which of the following best describes a counterexample to the assertion?
a) coplanar lines
b) parallel lines
c) perpendicular lines
d) intersecting lines

Which of the following criterion can not be used to prove triangles congruent?
a) ASA
b) SSA
c) SSS
d) AAS

If two angles are corresponding, what is their relationship?
a) The angles are congruent.
b) The angles are supplementary.
c) The angles are congruent if the lines are parallel
d)

Two angles of a triangle have measures of 55 degrees and 65 degrees. Which of the following could not be a measure of an exterior angle of the triangle?
a) 115
b) 120
c) 125
d) 130

If two angles of a triangle are congruent, then
a) the triangle is equilateral
b) the triangle is scalene
c) the triangle is isosceles
d) the triangle is acute

If two lines are parallel and cut by a transversal, which is not a possible conclusiont
a) corresponding angles are congurent
b) same-side interior angles are supplementary
c) alternate interior angles are congruent
d) vertical angles are congruent

If all of the interior angles of a triangle are less than 90 degrees, then the triangle is
a) acute
b) obtuse
c) equianglular
d)

True or False: If two angles are supplementary, then they are adjacent.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Which of the lines would be parallel to the line y - 4 = 2/3(x - 3)
a) 2x +3y = 6
b) 2x - 3y = 10
c) y - 4 = 3/2(x - 1)
d)

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