Q3 Module 1 Summative Test
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- Q 1/15Score 0What property is illustrated if x = x, then x is equal to itself x?29DistributiveReflexiveSymmetricTransitive
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- Q1What property is illustrated if x = x, then x is equal to itself x?DistributiveReflexiveSymmetricTransitive30sM8GE-IIIa-1EditDelete
- Q2Which of the following statements is true?if angle c has a measure of 120°, then c is acute.If angle d has a measure of 190°, then d is reflexive.if angle a has a measure of 60°, then a is right.if angle b has a measure of 90°, then b is obtuse.30sM8GE-IIIa-1EditDelete
Which of the following is considered true without proof or justification?
Which would be the result of -2 (x - y), if the Distributive property were applied?
-2x + 2y
2x – 2y
2x + y
-2x - y30sM8GE-IIIa-1EditDelete
Which of the following represents a line?
What is used to prove a Theorem?
Which method of proof uses contradiction to prove a statement?
Two Column Proof30sM8GE-IIIa-1EditDelete
Which is not a postulate?
If two lines intersect, then their intersection is exactly one point
Through any two points, there is exactly one line
A line contains at least two points
plane contains at least three points that are non collinear30sM8GE-IIIa-1EditDelete
What is the common endpoint of the two rays in an angle?
What represents a plane?
a flat surface
an exact location
a straight path30sM8GE-IIIa-1EditDelete
What property justifies the following conclusion? Given: x = y , y = z
Conclusion: x = z
Division Property of Equality
Addition Property of Equality30sM8GE-IIIa-1EditDelete
Which among the following need supporting proof to be true?
Which consists of two rays sharing one endpoint but going opposite directions?
What portion of a line has one arrowhead?
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