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Geometry Final Exam

Final Exam Semester 2

If PS=34, PQ=3x + 6, QR=6x – 12, and RS = 34, then what does PR equal?
Find the length of median AD.
Determine if the lengths can form a triangle. A. 3, 4, 5 B. 4, 6, 10 C. 3, 3, 3 D. 3, 3, 4 A. C. Yes B. D. No
Given two triangle side lengths of 5 and 10, between what numbers must the third side fall?
List the sides in order from shortest to longest.
Write an inequality for the possible values of x.
Find the sum of the interior angles and the measure of each interior angle for a 36-gon.
Given the measure of the interior angle is 165 degrees, how many sides does the polygon have?
The measure of an exterior angle of a regular polygon is 14.4. How many sides does the polygon have?
What is the value of x?
Using kite ABCD, find the following: a. AC b. CD c. m∠ABE d. m∠BCE
Find the length of UV, XY, and TW for the trapezoid.
Find the lengths of KL and JM in parallelogram JKLM.
Find the measure of each angle in parallelogram ABCD.
Find the stated lengths and angle measures of rhombus FGHJ. a. GJ b. JK c. ∠HFJ d.∠HJF
Find the stated lengths and values of rectangle LMNO. Round to the nearest tenth. a. MO b. LP c. LM d. ∠NMO
Which word best describes each parallelogram: parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, or square? Explain.
What is the scale factor of the dilation shown?
Find the coordinates for the vertices of the image: D1.5(XYZ) X3,0 Y4,2 Z6, -2
Find the coordinates for the vertices of the figure’s image: D(3,W) QRTW
What are the coordinates of the center of dilation when the figures include: E (3, 0) → E’ (9, -8) and G (-2, 4) → G’ (-6, 4)
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