1.1.2 Lines, Segments, Rays and Angles

by Jason Appel

| 25 QuestionsNote from the author:

Playlist

By the end of the playlist, I can:

-name and identify 3 undefined terms in geometry (point, line, plane)

-explain the difference between congruent and equal

-name angles properly

-understand the difference between congruent and equal

1

1

I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on difference between congruent and equal explained.

True

False

2

1

I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on segment addition postulate explained with example.

True

False

3

1

I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on example using segment addition and midpoints.

True

False

4

1

I've tried these practice problems on the segment addition postulate and am confident that I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/in-seventh-grade-math/simple-equations/new-topic-2015-11-13T01:43:29.211Z/e/segment_addition

True

False

5

1

I've tried these problems on midpoints and am confident that I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/in-seventh-grade-math/simple-equations/new-topic-2015-11-13T01:43:29.211Z/e/midpoint_of_a_segment

True

False

6

1

I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on naming angles.

True

False

7

1

I've tried these practice problems on naming angles and am confident that I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-angle/angle-intro/e/naming-angles

True

False

8

1

I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on complementary, supplementary, vertical angles, linear pair.

True

False

9

1

I've tried these problems on finding measures of complementary and supplementary angles and am confident I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-angle/vert-comp-supp-angles/e/complementary_and_supplementary_angles

True

False

10

1

I've tried these problems on finding measures of vertical angles and am confident that I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-angle/vert-comp-supp-angles/e/vertical_angles

True

False

11

1

I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on defining an angle bisector.

True

False

12

13

14

15

16

12

10

x=?

13

10

AB = ?

14

10

AC = ?

15

10

Is B the midpoint of line segment AC?

Yes

No

Cannot be determined

17

17

10

x=?

In the figure below, lines HL and KT intersect at the midpoint of segment HL.

18

19

20

21

22

23

18

10

True or False: LM=MH

True

False

19

10

KM must equal MT.

True

False

20

10

Line MT bisects segment LH

True

False

21

10

Ray MT and ray TM are opposite rays.

Not sure what the term “opposite rays” means? Read this [http://www.mathopenref.com/oppositerays.html].

True

False

22

10

Ray MT and ray MK are opposite rays.

True

False

23

10

HM + ML = HL

True

False

E is the midpoint of segment DF.

24

25

24

10

If DE = 5x + 3, and EF =33, then x = ?

25

10

If GE = y, EH = y-1, and GH = 11, then y = ?

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