Directions: Read each question carefully. Choose the best answer. All questions take place in a plane.

1.

Given figure ABCD and line of reflection m.
Which of the choices listed below could be the first step in the construction of the reflected image of ABCD in line m?

Choose:

2.

In an attempt to construct the perpendicular bisector of , a reflective device is placed on the segment. When will you know that you placed the device on the perpendicular bisector of the segment?

Choose:

3.

A figure was drawn on a sheet of paper. The paper was folded and the image of the figure was traced as seen through the paper. A ruler is used to create a segment connecting each vertex with its image.
How can these ruler-made segments be used to verify that the fold in the paper is the line of reflection?

Choose:

4.

Given ΔABC and its reflection ΔA'B'C'. Your task is to CONSTRUCT the line of reflection.
Which of the choices listed below will be the first step in this construction process?

Choose:

5.

An angle bisector is constructed using paper folding. The paper containing the angle is folded so that the rays of the angle overlap one another. When unfolded, the fold line is the angle bisector. Which of the following statements can be used to explain why this works?

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6.

Given figure ABCD and line of reflection m.
When constructing the reflection of ABCD in line m, it will be necessary to construct a perpendicular from each vertex of ABCD to line m.

Choose:

7.

Courtney is folding an equilateral triangle to find a line of reflection. The triangle will fold onto itself along this line, so as to match exactly. Which of the following choices will be true?

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8.

Jack decides to construct the reflection of ABCD in line m by using tracing paper.
He traces ABCD and line m with the tracing paper. He then flips the tracing paper over. What should he do next?

Choose:

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