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Chapter 9 Geometry and Proof Practice Test NAME_____________________________ HOUR_____ Provide definitions for each of the terms below. Once a definition has been stated, it may be used in a later definition. 1. Point: 2. Segment: 3. Ray: 4. Line: 5. Polygon 6. Triangle 7. Quadrilateral 8. Rectangle 9. Square 10. Parallel lines 11. Parallelogram 12. Rhombus 13. Kite 14. Trapezoid (Let’s assume that a trapezoid is not a parallelogram.) 15. Angle: 16. Degree: 17. Right angle (Degrees): 18. Right angle (Construction) 19. Adjacent angles: 20. Complimentary: 21. Supplementary: 22. Linear Pair 23. Vertical Angles: Determine if the given shape is ALWAYS, SOMETIMES, or NEVER each of the other types of quadrilaterals When is a Rectangle Square a… When is a Square … Rectangle Rhombus Trapezoid Parallelogram Rhombus Trapezoid Parallelogram When is a Rhombus a… When is a Trapezoid a… When is a Parallelogram a… Rectangle Square Trapezoid Parallelogram Rectangle Square Rhombus Parallelogram Rectangle Square Rhombus Trapezoid Find solutions to each of the grids below if there are 3 blue squares, 3 red squares, and 3 green squares; and each color is contiguous. 1 Red 2 Green 2 Red 1 Blue 2 Blue 2 Red 1 Green Is there more than one solution to this grid? Is there more than one solution to this grid? How can you be sure? How can you be sure? Create your own grid that has exactly one solution. You are only allowed to reveal 4 colors and you are not allowed to state that any row or column has three of the same color. (You solution must be different than the examples above) Create your own grid that has exactly one solution. You are only allowed to reveal 4 colors and you are not allowed to state that any row or column has three of the same color. (You solution must be different than the examples above) Assuming the lines are parallel, find the value of “x”