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# Geometry

## Mr. Schopper Name ____________________ section _____

Chapter 5 - TEST

Properties of Polygons

I. Beside each property below, write all of the quadrilaterals that have that property.

## 5. Only one diagonal bisects a pair of opposite angles : ____________________________

II. Fill in the blank with the proper word. Do not use the word SQUARE.

## 9. In a trapezoid, the _________________ is parallel to the _______________.

10. The length of a midsegment between two sides in a triangle is _____________ of the
length of the remaining side.
III. In each of the following, give the best name for the quadrilateral pictured (based upon the markings)

## 11. QUAD is a _____________________. U A

a
b
12. a = _______ x
53
13. b = _______ Q y D

## The perimeter of QUAD is 43.2 inches

14. x = _______ and y is twice as long as x .

15. y = _______

a
16. QUAD (in this figure) is a _______________________.
y 23 feet
17. a = _______

18. x = _______ D 89 U

x
19. y = _______ 117

## 20. QUAD (in this figure) is a(n) ____________________________.

D a A
21. a = _______
x

59 25.4 cm y
22. w = _______

w 74
23. x = _______ Q 37 cm U

24. y = _______
IV. Show any work you feel necessary as you answer each of the following questions.

25. Find the sum of the measures of the interior angles in a convex polygon with 20 sides.

26. If the convex polygon above is regular, what is the measure of one interior angle ?

27. If an equiangular convex polygon has 32 sides, what is the measure of one exterior angle ?

28. If the measure of one interior angle of a regular polygon is 156 degrees,
how many sides does the polygon have ?

## 29. In the figure to the right, only one

14.8 cm 12.3 cm
of the lengths of the segments
labeled x, y, and w can be found.
x
Find it and explain how and why it works.
12.3 cm
14.9 cm w
y

13.5 cm
13.5 cm
30. Using the figure below, find the lengths of the lettered segments.

x = _______
14 in

f
y = _______
x

21 in

y w = _______
w

48 in f = _______

31. Using just the markings (not what your eyes are telling you), identify each of the following
quadrilaterals as either a rectangle, a rhombus, a parallelogram, a kite, a square,
or an isosceles trapezoid.

a. b. c.

d. e. f.
32. Given : RECT is a rectangle R T

E C

R A CE = _______

RA = _______

M N
C E
MN = _______

T P