# Unit 3 Test b

```Ch. 3 Test
Name_____________________________________________
Geometry CC
Date_________________________
CP1: I can carry out mathematical procedures with accuracy that is easy to follow.
CP2: I can demonstrate a mathematical concept by making connections between models.
PS1: I can use an appropriate problem-solving strategy in my plan for an authentic/real-world problem.
CR1: I can create a mathematical claim and support it with evidence (models and mathematical language).
1.
Find the equation of the line perpendicular to the given line that passes through the
[CP]
2x – 3y = 6; (10, – 18)
2.
Use the given figure to write and solve an inequality for x,
where BD = 3x + 34 and BA = 5x – 12
3.
Identify each of the following from the figure at the right.
a)
a pair of parallel rays
b)
a pair of skew segments
c)
a pair of alternative interior angles
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4.
Two lines, a and b, are cut by a transversal t. 1 and 2 are any pair of corresponding
angles. 1 and 3 are adjacent angles. m1 = 2x – 38, m2 = x, and m3 = 6x + 18.
a)
b)
Draw and label a diagram for the figure described.
5.
Given: mBDE = 9x + 31, m AED = 6x + 14, and x = 9
̅̅̅̅ || BD
̅̅̅̅.
Prove: AE
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6.
Geometry CC
Given: ℓ ǁ m and p ǁ q
[PS]
Prove: m∠1 = m∠2
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7.
Reasons
Two lines are parallel. The measures of two corresponding angles are ao and 2bo, and
the measures of two same-side interior angles are ao and bo. Find the value of a. [PS]
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