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- Geometry Quiz 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Tricky Triangles 100 A 100 B 100 C 100 D 100 E Super Bonus Round Theorems Symmetry Coordinate Geometry Trigonometry Read the Rules of the Game
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- How many degrees in a Straight Angle? ? See Answer Back to quiz 10 Points
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- How many degrees in a Straight Angle? 180 Back to quiz There are 180 degrees in a Straight Angle (Axiom 3) 10 Points
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- Q1. Find the value of the missing angle in the shape below See Answer Back to quiz 10 Points ?
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- Q1. Find the value of the missing angle in the shape below Back to quiz 10 Points 44 o Theorem : The angles in any triangle add to 180 50 + 86 + ? = 180 136 + ? = 180 ? = 180 136 = 44
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- Q2. The triangle below is isosceles.. Why? See Answer Back to quiz 20 Points
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- Q2. The triangle below is isosceles. Why? Back to quiz 20 Points Theorem : In an isosceles triangle the angles opposite the equal sides are equal.
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- Q3. What is the missing angle? See Answer Back to quiz 30 Points ?
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- Q3. What is the missing angle? Back to quiz 30 Points 150 o There are at least 2 ways you can get the answer; 1.Axiom 3: The number of degrees in a straight angle = 180 o 30 o + ? = 180 ? = 180 o -30 o =150 o 2. Theorem 6: Each exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the interior opposite angles. 100 o + 50 o = 150 o
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- Q4. Find the missing length? See Answer Back to quiz 40 Points ?
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- Q4. Find the missing length Back to quiz 40 Points [Theorem of Pythagoras] In a right-angled triangle the square of the hypotenuse is the sum of the squares of the other two sides. 3 2 +4 2 = ? 2 9 + 16 = ? 2 25 = ? 2 = ? So, 5 = the missing length
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- Q5. Are the triangles below, congruent, similar, totally different? Give a reason for your answer See Answer Back to quiz 50 Points
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- Q5. These triangles are Similar Back to quiz 50 Points Theorem: If two triangles are similar, then their sides are proportional, in order.
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- Q1. Find the missing angle. Give a reason for your answer. Back to quiz 10 Points See Answer
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- Q1. Find the missing Angle. Give a reason for your answer Back to quiz 10 Points Theorem: Vertically opposite angles are equal in measure. 95 o
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- Q2. Find the missing length in the parallelogram below. Give a reason for your answer. Back to quiz 20 Points See Answer ?
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- Q2. Find the missing length in the parallelogram Back to quiz 20 Points 3 below. Give a reason for your answer. Theorem: The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other.
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- Q3. Are the lines |a| and |b| below parallel? Give a reason for your answer Back to quiz 30 Points See Answer
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- Q3. Are the lines |a| and |b| below parallel? Give a reason for your answer Back to quiz 30 Points No the lines are NOT parallel Theorem 5 (Corresponding Angles). Two lines are parallel if and only if for any transversal, corresponding angles are equal. Angles are NOT the same size
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- Q4. Give 2 reasons why you can be sure the shape below is a parallelogram Back to quiz 40 Points See Answer
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- Q4. 2 reasons why we can be sure this shape is a parallelogram. Back to quiz 40 Points Opposite sides are equal in length Theorem: In a parallelogram, opposite sides are equal and opposite angles are equal. Opposite angles are equal in measure
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- Q5. Find the values of x and y below. What theorem supports you answer? Back to quiz 50 Points See Answer X Y
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- Q5. Find the values of x and y below. What theorem supports you answer? Back to quiz 50 Points Theorem: Let ABC be a triangle. If a line l is parallel to BC and cuts [AB] in the ratio s:t, then it also cuts [AC] in the same ratio.
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- Q1. Copy the shape and draw in the axis of symmetry See Answer Back to quiz 10 Points
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- Q1. Copy the shape and draw in the axis of symmetry Back to quiz 10 Points 1 Axis of symmetry
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- Q2. How many axes of symmetry does this shape have? See Answer Back to quiz 20 Points
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- Q2. How many axes of symmetry does this shape have? Back to quiz 20 Points 2 Axis of symmetry
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- Q3. Copy this shape and draw its reflection through the given line See Answer Back to quiz 30 Points T Line of Reflection
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- Q3. Copy this shape and draw its reflection through the given line Back to quiz 30 Points T T Line of Reflection
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- Q4. Copy this shape and draw its reflection through the given line See Answer Back to quiz 40 Points E Line of Reflection
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- Q4. Copy this shape and draw its reflection through the given line Back to quiz 50 Points E Line of Reflection
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- Q5. Copy this shape and draw its reflection through the Point D See Answer Back to quiz 50 Points A B C
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- Q5. Copy this shape and draw its reflection through the Point D Back to quiz 50 Points A B C
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- See Answer Back to quiz 10 Points 123 1 2 3 -2-3 -2 -3 0 0 A B Q1. Name the points A and B Y Axis X Axis
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- Back to quiz 10 Points 123 1 2 3 -2-3 -2 -3 0 0 A B Q1. Name the points A and B (-3, 2) (2, -2)
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- See Answer Back to quiz 20 Points 51015 (-10, 10) 10 15 -5-10-15 -5 -10 -15 0 0 5 (15,-10) Q2. Find the distance between Scooby and his snacks. Y Axis X Axis
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- Back to quiz 20 Points 51015 (-10, 10) 10 15 -5-10-15 -5 -10 -15 0 0 5 (15,-10) Q2. Find the distance between Scooby and his snacks. Y Axis X Axis Scooby must walk 32units to get his yummy snacks! Yummy!
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- See Answer Back to quiz 30 Points 246 4 6 -2-4-6 -2 -4 -6 0 0 2 Q3. A jeweller needs to cut this gold chain exactly in half, at what point should he make the cut? Y Axis X Axis (4,6) (-6,-6) Mmm.. Where should I cut this chain?
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- Back to quiz 30 Points 246 4 6 -4-6 -2 -4 -6 0 0 2 Q3. A jeweller needs to cut this gold chain exactly in half, at what point should he make the cut? Y Axis X Axis (4,6) (-6,-6) Find the Mid Point (-1,0) -2
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- See Answer Back to quiz 40 Points 246 4 6 -2-4-6 -2 -4 -6 0 0 2 Q4. Look at the picture below, how can you know for a fact that the line |a| is at a right angle to the line |b| Y ais X ais a b Fna a = 1/2 Fna b = -2 Think.. What do you know about perpendicular slopes?
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- Back to quiz 40 Points 246 4 6 -2-4-6 -2 -4 -6 0 0 2 Q4. Look at the picture below, how can you know for a fact that the line |a| is at a right angle to the line |b| Y Axis X Axis a b Slope of line a = 1/2 Slope of line b = -2 If the line |a| is at a right angle to the line |b|, then they should be perpendicular. So, we can say m a x m b = -1 () x (-2) = -1 -1 = -1 Yes, we can say for a fact the lines are at right angles to each other.
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- Back to quiz 50 Points Q5. The equation of a line is y = 2x + 4 Where will this line intersect the Y axis? See Answer
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- Back to quiz 50 Points 246 4 6 -2-4-6 -2 -4 -6 0 0 2 Q5. Where will this line intersect the Y axis? Y Axis X Axis There a lots of ways to solve this question. 1.You could draw the line 2.You could use the equation of the line and allow x = 0 and solve y= 2x + 4 y = 2(0) + 4 y = 4 So when x = 0, y =4 The line cuts the y axis at (0,4)
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- Back to quiz 10 Points Q1. Identify the hypotenuse in the triangle below. See Answer x y z
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- Back to quiz 10 Points Q1. Identify the hypotenuse in the triangle below. x y z In a right angle triangle the hypotenuse is always opposite the right angle. So the line y is the hypotenuse. Hypotenuse
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- Back to quiz 20 Points Q2. Postman Pat must travel 14 km to deliver the mail. Can you calculate a shorter distance? See Answer 8km 6km 90 o ? km
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- Using the theorem of Pythagoras We can figure out that the shortest distance to the house is 10km (6) 2 + (8) 2 = (?) 2 36 + 64 = (?) 2 100 = (?) 2 100 = ? 10km = ? = Shortest Distance Back to quiz 20 Points Q2. Postman Pat must travel 14 km to deliver the mail. Can you calculate a shorter distance? 8km 6km 90 o 10km
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- Back to quiz 30 Points Q3. Change the following decimal angle to Degrees, minutes and seconds See Answer 147.3715 o
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- Back to quiz 30 Points Q3. Change the following decimal angle to Degrees, minutes and seconds

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