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Geometry: Unit 1 Practice Test Name:______________________________________ Date:______________ Period:________ 1) Predict the next two numbers in the sequence 4, 7, 11, 16, 22, ______, ______. 2) Fill in the blanks. 3) State a counterexample to the conjecture “all adjacent angles are supplementary angles.” 4) Name the figure below. 5) Draw 3 collinear points x, y, and z. 6) Draw MKR 7) Draw BD 8) Use the figure to the right. A) Name the plane. B) Name a line segment. C) Name a ray. 9) A, B, and C are collinear. AB=2x-5, BC=3x+1, and AC=21. Solve for x. Then, find the length of each segment. Is B the midpoint? A B C 10) D is the midpoint of CE . CD 2 x 5 and DE 5x 34 . Solve for x and find the length of CE . Draw and label the figure. 11) 12) 13) Find the distance between the two points (-8, 6) and (0, 0). Draw a graph of the 2 points and show the Pythagorean Theorem. 14) Find the distance between the two points (-1, 1) and (5, 8) by using the distance formula. 15) Find the midpoint of AB given A (2, 3) and B (7, 5). 16) Find the other endpoint if one endpoint is (4,1) and the midpoint is (-2, 5) 17) If D is complementary to R and D 32, then R _____________. 18) If W is supplementary to G and G 49 , then W _____________. 19) What kind of angles are a and b? Use all geometry terms that apply. B) A) C) 20) Given ⃗⃗⃗⃗⃗ T bisects RTS and m RTL = 6x and m LTS = 2x +28. Label the diagram below to find x and m RTS. 21) Solve for x. 4x-11 x+16 22) 23) 24) 25) 26) Bisect the angle below using a compass. 27) Find the midpoint of the segment using a compass.