MATH 7 - QUIZ 2 (THIRD QUARTER)

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- Q1
It is an angle having a measures of 90 degrees.

Obtuse angle

Acute angle

Straight angle

Right angle

120s - Q2
It is an angle having a measures between 90 to 180 degrees.

Straight angle

Obtuse angle

Acute angle

Right angle

120s - Q3
It is two or more angles having equal measures.

Congruent angles

Adjacent angles

Corresponding angles

Complementary angles

120s - Q4
It is two angles having the sum of 90 degrees measure.

Congruent angles

Vertical angles

Supplementary angles

Complementary angles

120s - Q5
It is two lines that intersect to form right angles.

parallel lines

Adjacent angles

Vertical angles

Perpendicular lines

120s - Q6
It refers to the lines that are coplanar and do not intersect.

Parallel lines

Transversal lines

Skew lines

Adjacent lines

120s - Q7
Given the figure below, which of the following is the pair of vertical angles?

$\backslash angle1\backslash \; and\backslash \; \backslash angle3$

$\backslash angle3\backslash \; and\backslash \; \backslash angle8$

$\backslash angle1\backslash \; and\backslash \; \backslash angle5$

$\backslash angle5\backslash \; and\backslash \; \backslash angle6$

120s - Q8
Given the figure, which of the following pair of angles is a corresponding angles?

$\backslash angle2\backslash \; and\backslash \; \backslash angle7$

$\backslash angle2\backslash \; and\backslash \; \backslash angle6$

$\backslash angle2\backslash \; and\backslash \; \backslash angle3$

$\backslash angle1\backslash \; and\backslash \; \backslash angle2$

120s - Q9
Which of the following is NOT a polygon?

Circle

Quadrilateral

Triangle

Pentagon

120s - Q10
Given an equilateral triangle

*ABC*, if line segment*AC*measures 8 cm, what is the measure of the line segment*BC*?10 cm

7 cm

8 cm

9 cm

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- Q12
A polygon with eight sides.

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It is formed by two rays that have the same endpoint.

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It refers to a closed figure formed by at least three coplanar segment.

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It is a tool used to measure angles.

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