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Mathematics III (Geometry)

Name:
I. Directions: To what does each of the following refer? Choose your answer
inside the box
below. Write your answer on the space provided before each
number.
Line
Postulate
Quadrilateral
Angle

Radius
Circle
Geometry
Right angle

Polygon
Right triangle
Triangles

__________________1. It is a branch of mathematics dealing with the


properties,
measurement, and relationships of points, lines, and
planes.
__________________2. It is a collection of points along a straight path that goes
on and on in
opposite directions.
__________________3. It is a union of two rays with a common endpoint.
__________________4. It is a plane figure with three or more sides and angles.
__________________5. It is a plane figure formed by three non-collinear points
with three
angles, three sides, and three vertices.
__________________6. It is a plane figure or a polygon with four sides and four
angles.
__________________7. It is bound by a single curved line, every point of which
is evenly
proportioned from the center.
__________________8. It is the distance from the center of the circle to the
circumference.
__________________9. It is a triangle in which one of the angles is 90.
__________________10. It is a statement assumed as true, existent, or
necessary without
proof.
II. Directions: Name all the acute angles, right angles, and the obtuse
angles. (11-20)

Acute Angles

Right Angles

Obtuse Angles

III. Directions: Solve the following.


A.
21-22. Find the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a regular
octagon. [ S = (n-2)180 ]

23-24. Find the measure of each exterior of a regular decagon. ( E =


360/n )

B.
25-26. Find the perimeter.

5 cm

27-28. Find the circumference

r = 6 cm

29-30. Find the area of a rectangle.


a. base = 7 cm ; height = 3 cm
b. length = 18 cm ; width = 8 cm

31 32. Find the surface area.


r = 5 dm

33 34. Find the volume of a rectangular prism.


Given:

l = 7 cm , w = 5 cm, h = 2 cm

IV. A. Refer to the figure below.

1. Name all the points in the interior of WVY.

2. Name all the points in the exterior of XVY.

B. Use the figure below.

1. Name all the radii.


2. Identify all the diameters.
3. Identify the point of tangency.
4. Identify the secant of circle G.

5. Identify all the chords.

Good Luck!