
Directions: Grab a paper and pencil to make your computations.
1. 
Which set of numbers could be the lengths of the sides of a triangle?
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2. 
Three trees are planted. The direct distance from tree A to tree B is 200 feet. The direct distance from tree B to tree C is 300 feet. Which of the choices could be the direct distance from tree A to tree C? 

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3. 
In ΔABC, AB = 5 inches and BC = 3 inches. Which of the choices represents all possible values for AC, in inches?
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4. 
In ΔDOG, point C lies on the side of the triangle between points D and O.
DG = 5, GO = 12, and DC = 3.
Which choice is a possible value for CO? Choose:



5. 
Triangle TAB has a perimeter of 40 cm. Could the measures of the sides, as shown, actually represent the measures of the sides of a triangle?
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6. 
Two sides of an isosceles triangle measure 4 and 8. Which of the following choices could be the measure of the third side?
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7. 
In ΔGAB, m∠G = 35º and m∠A = 52º. Which side of the triangle is the longest side?
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8. 
In ΔCAT, an exterior angle at vertex C measures 135º,
and m∠T = 49º. Which side of the triangle is the longest side?
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9. 
∠BCD is an exterior angle of ΔABC. Which of the following statements is NOT always true?
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10. 
In ΔABC, AB = 4x + 2, BC = 5x  3, and AC = 2x + 4. The perimeter of the triangle is 36 units. Which angle in the triangle has the largest measure?
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