1. Refer to the figure. If G is the midpoint of , which conjecture is true? A. B. intersects at exactly two points. C. is exactly 5 feet long. D. None of the statements are true. Hint 2. In the figure, points A and B are on circle C and Write the contra positive of the true conditional.Conditional 1: If then is a right isosceles triangle.Conditional 2: If then divides the circle into two equal halves. A. If does not divide the circle into two equal halves, then B. If is not a right isosceles triangle, then C. If is a right isosceles triangle, then D. If then does not divide the circle into two equal halves. Hint 3. Refer to the figure below. Which statement is false? A. and are corresponding angles. B. m is a transversal for s and t. C. and are alternate interior angles. D. and are alternate exterior angles. Hint 4. Find the value of x so the line that passes through (x, 5) and (12, 2) is perpendicular to the line that passes through (0, 1) and (2, 7). A. 5 B. -3 C. 4 D. 3 Hint 5. What is the measure of each angle of an equilateral triangle? A. 90° B. 60° C. 45° D. 30° Hint 6. In parallelogram ABCD, AB is parallel to_______. A. B. C. D. Hint 7. Quadrilateral ABCD is similar to quadrilateral WXYZ. Find the scale factor of quadrilateral ABCD to quadrilateral WXYZ. A. 1.25 B. C. D. 4 Hint 8. Points A(0, 2) and B(3, 20) lie on the graph of y = 6x + 2. Which of the following points is collinear with A and B? A. (-2, 14) B. (2, 12) C. (-3, 22) D. (1, 8) Hint 9. Name a pair of angles that are adjacent and complementary. A. NOM andLON B. QOP andNOP C. LON andPOM D. NOM andPOM Hint 10. For the proof shown, provide the reason for part b. A. Definition of Addition B. Definition of a line C. Symmetric Property (=) D. Definition of congruent segments Hint 11. Which statement is true about skew lines? A. They do not intersect. B. They intersect C. They are perpendicular D. They lie in the same plane. Hint 12. The distance between two parallel lines is the distance between one of the lines and _____ . A. any point on the other line B. any point not on the line C. any point farther than the other line D. the other line Hint 13. A(n) ______ is the shortest path between two points in spherical geometry. A. line B. sphere C. segment D. arc of a great circle Hint 14. Which postulate or theorem can be used to prove that the two triangles shown are congruent? A. SAS Postulate B. ASA Postulate C. SSS Postulate D. AAS Theorem Hint 15. In the triangle shown, which angle has the greatest measure? A. none of them; they all have an equal angle measure B. B C. A D. C Hint 16. If mA > mB > mC, what is a possible measure for ? A. 20 mm B. 13 mm C. 10 mm D. 32 mm Hint 17. WXYZ is a rectangle with the diagonals drawn. Which assertion about the measures of the segments in the figure is not necessarily true? A. 2ZV = WY B. WV = VX C. WY > ZY D. WX > WZ Hint 18. The measures of two base angles on the same side of a trapezoid are 10x + 7 and 6x - 3, respectively. What is the measure of the larger base angle? A. 117 B. 97 C. 63 D. 83 Hint 19. In the figure, ||||.If AB = 4, DE = x + 1, BC = 4, and EF = 3x - 9, what is the value of x? A. 4 B. 3 C. 5 D. 6 Hint 20. Which of these numbers will never appear in Pascal's Triangle? A. 0 B. 5 C. 126 D. 1 Hint