# Chapter 3 Practice Test ```Name _______________________________________ Date ___________________ Class __________________
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Chapter Test Form B
1. Identify a segment perpendicular to AD.
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2. Write True or False. Skew lines can
intersect.
7. Find the measure of FDE.
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Use the figure for Exercises 8 and 9.
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3. How many pairs of corresponding angles
are formed by two lines and a
transversal?
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4. What type of angle pair are 8 and 6?
8. Given: 8  2. Identify the postulate or
theorem that proves that r  s.
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9. If 2  (x2)o and 6  (2x  15)o, what
values of x makes the lines parallel?
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5. If parallel lines are intersected by a
transversal, at most how many different
angle measures are there?
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10. Complete the theorem. If two intersecting
lines form a linear pair of congruent
angles, then the lines are ________.
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11. Name the shortest segment from B to
AC.
6. Complete the sentence. When parallel
lines are cut by a transversal, the angles
formed are either ________ or
supplementary.
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Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Chapter Test Form B continued
12. Write and solve an inequality for x.
15.Determine the slope of the line through
J(4, 3) and K(6, 4).
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13. Complete the two column proof.
16. Determine whether the line through
(0, 4) and (2, 0) and the line through
(2, 3) and (4, 2) are parallel,
perpendicular, or neither.
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17. Write the equation of the line through
y-intercept of 4 and x-intercept of 2 in
slope-intercept form.
Given: s ┴ p and
1 and 2 are complementary.
Prove: p  q
Proof:
Statements
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18. Write the equation of the line through
(4, 4) and (2, 2) in point-slope form.
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Reasons
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19. Write True or False. y  3x  4 and
y  3x  4 are parallel.
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20. Determine whether the lines 3x  2y  6
and 4y  6x 12 are parallel, intersect,
or coincide.
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21. Graph x  y  2 &amp; plot the point (3, 3).
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Draw a perpendicular segment and
find the distance from the point to the
line.
14. Complete the sentence. If the product of
the slopes of two lines equals 1, then
the lines are _______.
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Write the equation of the perpendicular
bisector of the segment with the given
endpoints. (1, 3) and (-1, 4)
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Chapter Test Form B: Free Response
1. Answer: AB, AE, DE, or DH
2. False
3. four
4. corresponding angles
5. two
6. congruent
7. 80
8. Conv. of the Alt. Ext. s Thm.
9. x  -3. X = 5
10. perpendicular
11. BD
12. 4x  2x  20; x  10
13. see in class review notes
14. perpendicular
***Boxed Problem y = 2x + 3.5
15.
1
10
16. perpendicular
17. y  2x  4
18. Possible answers: y  2  1(x  2) or
y  4  1(x  4)
19. False
20. parallel
21. See graph
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