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Geometry for College Students

question Let P,Q, and R be the points of tangency of the incircle of ∆ABC with sides BC, CA, and AB, respectively. Then lines AP, BQ, and CR: answer are concurrent. question Gergonne point answer Point of congruency of lines AP, BQ, and CR, where P,Q, and R are the points of tangency of the […]

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Pre College Math Chapter 6 Geometry Formulas

question Formula for a Parallogram answer A=b×h question Formula for a Triangle answer A=½×b×h question Formula for a Trapezoid answer A= a+b/2×h or A=½×h×(a+b) question Formula for Circles when finding the diameter answer D=2×R question Formula for Circles when finding the radius answer R=d/2 question Formula for finding the circumference when you have the diameter […]

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Geometry Regents Review

question Collinear Points answer points that lie on the same line question complementary angles answer have a sum of 90 degrees question supplementary angles answer have a sum of 180 degrees question exterior angle theorem answer in a triangle; two interior angles equal the opposite exterior angle (x+y=z) question centroid answer in a triangle; intersection […]

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Pearson Texas Geometry: Topic 1 Tools of Geometry Goodrich ISD, TX

question Straight angle answer Angle whose measure is 180°. question Obtuse angle answer Angle whose measure is between 90° and 180°. question Angle answer Is formed by two rays with the same endpoint. question Congruent angles answer Angles with the same measure. question Measure of an angle answer Absolute value of the difference of the […]

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Geometry Constructions

question Perpendicular bisector construction answer question Perpendicular line through a point answer question Copy an angle answer question Construct an angle bisector. answer question Parallel line through a point construction answer make a perpendicular line through the point then make a perpendicular line through the new line. Use patty paper question Copying a Segment answer […]

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Geometry Patty Paper Conjectures

question Altitudes of a Triangle answer If you have the altitudes of a triangle, then they will intersect at the orthocenter. question Triangle Midsegments answer If you have the midsegment of a triangle, then it will be half the length of the corresponding base. question Triangle midsegments answer If you have a midsegment, then it […]

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Polyatomic Ions, Geometries, and Nomenclature

question Ammonium answer NH4+ question Acetate answer C2H3O2– question Carbonate answer CO32- question Cyanide answer CN– question Hydroxide answer OH– question Nitrate answer NO3– question Nitrite answer NO2– question Sulfate answer SO42- question Sulfite answer SO32- question Phosphite answer PO33- question Phosphate answer PO43- question Perchlorate answer ClO4– question Chlorate answer ClO3– question Permanganate answer […]

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Molecular Geometry and Bond Theories

question bond angles answer the angles made by the lines joining the nuclei of the atoms in a molecule question VSEPR model answer a model that accounts for the geometric arrangements of shared and unshared electron pairs around a central atom in terms of the repulsions between electron pairs question electron domains answer in the […]

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Molecular Geometry Test Questions

question Lone Pairs: 0 Bonding Groups: 2   Molecular Geometry? Bond Angle/s? answer Molecular Geometry LINEAR   180 degrees question Lone Pairs: 0 Bonding Groups: 3   Molecular Geometry? Bond angle/s? answer Molecular Geometry TRIGONAL PLANAR   120 degrees question Lone Pairs: 0 Bonding Groups: 2     Electron Pair Geometry answer Electron Pair Geometry […]

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Molecular Geometry Answers

question   2 bonding pairs, 0 lone pairs answer electron geometry: linear molecular geometry: linear bond angle: 180o   question     3 bonding pairs, 0 lone pairs    answer electron geometry: trigonal planar molecular geometry: trigonal planar bond angle: 120o question    2 bonding pairs, 1 lone pair   answer electron geometry: trigonal planar molecular […]

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Molecular Geometry/Hybridizati

question Linear answer 2 electron pairssp hybridization0 lone pairs question Trigonal Planar answer 3 electron pairssp2 hybridization0 lone pairs question Bent (A) answer 3 electron pairssp2 hybridization1 lone pair question Tetrahedral answer 4 electron pairssp3 hybridization0 lone pairs question Trigonal Pyramidal answer 4 electron pairssp3 hybridization1 lone pair question Bent (B) answer 4 electron pairssp3 […]

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Electron Pair and Molecular geometry

question 2 electron pairs (EPG) answer Linear question Linear Bond Angle answer 180 degrees question 3 electron pairs (EPG) answer trigonal planar question trigonal planar bond angle answer 120 degrees question 4 electron pairs (EPG) answer Tetrahedral question Tetrahedral Bond angle answer 109.5 degrees question 5 electron pairs (EPG) answer Trigonal bipyramidal question Trigonal bipyramidal […]

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Geometry A – Nets and Drawings for Visualizing Geometry

question Which three-dimensional figure matches the next below? (it looks like a sideways T made out of squares) answer B (its a cube) question A piece of paper is cut and then folded into the rectangular prism as shown below. Which side is the bottom, and which side is on the left of the rectangular […]

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Geometry – Flashcards

question A geometric figure created without using tools is an answer sketch question 2 or more lines that are not in the same plane answer skew lines question location in space answer point question points where a line segment begins and ends answer endpoints question straight continuous arrangement of an infinite number of points answer […]

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geometry exam study guide

question Point answer A location question Does a point have length? answer NO question Does a point have width? answer NO question Does a point have thickness? answer NO question Line answer An infinite set of points that extends in two directions question Does a line have length? answer yes question Does a line have […]

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Geometry – Flashcards with Answers

Question Answer Opposite Ray Two rays that point in opposite directions Congruent Angles No measurements Line Stretches in 2 directions forever Obtuse Angle Larger than 90A° less than 180A° Ray A portion of a line with only one endpoint Congruent segment Same size and shape Angle bisector Divide an angle into 2 congruent angles Acute […]

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Geometry Proofs

Question Answer A=A Reflexive Property Figures that lie on the same line Colinear If A=B then B=A Symmetric Property If not hypothesis, if not P, then not conclusion not Q Inverse Small basic set of agreed on assumptions and premises on entire structure of logic is devised Axiomatic System If A=B and C=D the A-C […]

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Geometry Semester 2 Final Study Guide

question Parallelogram answer A quadrilateral in which both pairs of opposite sides are parallelogram. question Rhombus answer A parallelogram which has four congruent sides. question Rectangle answer A parallelogram which has four right angles. question Square answer A parallelogram which has four congruent sides and four right angles. question Kite answer A quadrilateral with two […]

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Geometry quiz 4

Select the postulate about two planes. Postulate 5: If two planes intersect, then their intersection is a line. Select the postulate that states a line is determined by two points. Postulate 2: Through any two different points, exactly one line exists. Select the postulate that specifies the minimum number of points in space. Postulate 1b: […]

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Geometry A Unit 1: Focus On Success In Geometry

Key Words Ability Active Learner Anxiety Effort Goals Objectives Examine organizational skills and learning strategies. Set goals in the context of mathematical learning. Reflect on strengths, weaknesses, and the value of goal-setting. Distinguish between effort-based and ability-based models of learning. Goals must be? Specific – State exactly what you want to accomplish. Measurable – State […]

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Geometry H Semester 1 Final Study Guide

question Postulate 1-2 Segment Addition Postulate answer If Q is between P and R, then PQ + QR = PR. If PQ + QR = PR then Q is between P and R. question The Distance Formula answer The distance, d, between any points with coordinate (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) is given by the […]

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