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 given point. Write your answer in slope-intercept form. [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 AISA Math Dept. 2021-2022 [CP] [CP] Page 1 of 3 Ch. 3 Test Geometry CC 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. m1 = 2x – 38, m2 = x, and m3 = 6x + 18. a) b) Draw and label a diagram for the figure described. Determine whether lines a and b are parallel. Justify your answer. 5. Given: mBDE = 9x + 31, m AED = 6x + 14, and x = 9 ̅̅̅̅ || BD ̅̅̅̅. Prove: AE Statements AISA Math Dept. 2021-2022 [CR] [CR] Reasons Page 2 of 3 Ch. 3 Test 6. Geometry CC Given: ℓ ǁ m and p ǁ q [PS] Prove: m∠1 = m∠2 Statements 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] AISA Math Dept. 2021-2022 Page 3 of 3