1. In a triangle, a segment that joins a vertex of the triangle and the midpoint of the opposite side is called the __________. A. altitude B. perpendicular bisector C. hypotenuse D. median Hint 2. Refer to the figure shown. What is the longest segment in A. B. C. D. Hint 3. Marty has a piece of rope with exactly 7 knots tied at equal intervals as shown. Using the rope, he wants to make triangles so that each vertex of the triangle occurs at a knot. How many different triangles can Marty make? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 1 Hint 4. A. AC > XZ B. C. AC < XZ D. AC = XZ Hint 5. Write an inequality to describe the possible values of x. A. x > 20 B. x < 20 C. x < 17 D. x > 17 Hint 6. CPR has vertices C(15, 1), P(9, 11), and R(2, 1). Determine the coordinates of point A on so that is a median of CPR. A. B. C. D. (12, 6) Hint 7. Name the property that justifies if a < b, then a + c < b + c. A. Transitive Property B. Subtraction Property C. Comparison Property D. Addition Property Hint 8. If 28 and 49 are the lengths of two sides of a triangle, between what two numbers must the measure of the third side fall? A. 28 and 49 B. 10 and 60 C. 21 and 77 D. 31 and 67 Hint 9. State the assumption that could be used to start an indirect proof of the statement Points A, B, C, and O are coplanar. A. Points A, B, C, and O form a quadrilateral. B. Points A, B, C, and O are collinear. C. Points A, B, C, and O are not coplanar. D. Points A, B, C, and O are coplanar. Hint 10. State the assumption that could be used to start an indirect proof of the statement m1 + m2 = 180. A. m1 and m2 are complementary. B. m1 + m2 = 90 C. m1 and m2 are supplementary. D. m1 + m2 180 Hint