Q3_M1: SUMMATIVE TEST

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- Q1
What best describes the opposite angles of a parallelogram?

They are supplementary

They are complementary

They are right angles

They are congruent.

20s - Q2
Which quadrilateral has diagonals that bisect each other?

TRAPEZOID

PARALLEGRAM

TRAPEZIUM

KITE

20s - Q3
What is the relationship between the two consecutive angles of a parallelogram?

They bisect each other.

They are complementary

They are congruent.

They are supplementary.

20s - Q4
Which is a pair of nonconsecutive angles?

∠ANE and ∠NEC

∠CAN and ∠CEN

∠CAN and ∠ANE

∠ENA and ∠NAC

20s - Q520s
- Q6
Which is

**NOT**always true about ▱MATH?∠𝐴 is a right angle.

C$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{MA\}\}\backslash \; \backslash \; \mathit{a}\mathit{n}\mathit{d}\backslash \; \backslash \; \backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{TH\}\}\backslash \; \backslash $ bisect each other

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{MH\}\}\backslash cong\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{AT\}\}$

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{MA\}\}\backslash cong\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{TH\}\}$

20s - Q7
One pair of opposite sides of a parallelogram are represented by (3𝑥 − 89) and (2𝑥 + 20). What is the value of 𝑥?

39

37

107

109

45s - Q860s
- Q960s
- Q10
If 𝑚∠𝐸 = 78°, what are the other angle measures consecutively?

102°, 102°, 78°

102°, 78°, 102°

78°, 102°, 102°

78°, 102°, 78°

60s