Directions: Grab a paper and pencil to make your computations.

1.
Which of the following choices is a possible length for the segment from A to B?
Choose:
 10.5 15 21 28

2.
Given the diagram at the right, what can be concluded regarding AB and AC?

Choose:
 AB > AC AB < AC AB = AC No conclusion can be made.

3.
Given the diagram at the right, what can be concluded regarding m∠U and m∠E?
Choose:
 m∠U > m∠E m∠U < m∠E m∠U = m∠E No conclusion can be made.

4.

What can be concluded about m∠AGB and m∠DGC?
Choose:
 m∠AGB > m∠DGC m∠AGB < m∠DGC m∠AGB = m∠DGC No conclusion can be made.

5.
Given the diagram at the right. Which of the following inequalities describes the possible values for x.
Choose:
 0 < x < 8 0 < x < 34 1 < x < 8 1 < x < 34

6.
Given the diagram at the right. Which of the following inequalities describes the possible values for x.
Choose:

 0 < x < 7 0 < x < 15 3 < x < 7 3 < x < 15

7.
Given the diagram at the right. Which of the following inequalities describes the possible values for x.

Choose:

 0 < x < 6 2 < x < 10 -6 < x < 10 4 < x < 20

8.
From the park, Dave rides his horse due north for 3 miles and then turns N 120º W for 1.5 miles. Ellen leaves the park and rides her horse 3 miles due south and then turns due east for 1.5 miles.
a) Which rider is now farther from the park?

Choose:
 Dave Ellen
b) Your choice is supported by:
Choose:
 the Hinge Theorem the Hinge Theorem Converse

9.
Chopper 1 leaves the base heading due east for 35 miles and then turns E 60º N for 22 miles. Chopper 2 leaves the base heading due west for 35 miles and then turns W 110º S for 22 miles. At this point, which chopper is farther from the base?

Choose:
 Chopper 1 Chopper 2

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