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# Mathematics III (Geometry)

Name:
I. Directions: To what does each of the following refer? Choose your answer
inside the box
number.
Line
Postulate
Angle

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

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

r = 5 dm

## 33 34. Find the volume of a rectangular prism.

Given:

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

## 1. Name all the radii.

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

Good Luck!