<strong>Honors</strong> <strong>Geometry</strong><strong>Unit</strong> <strong>#2</strong> <strong>Review</strong><strong>Topics</strong>: <strong>Points</strong>, lines, planes, collinear, coplanar, notation, midpoint formula Union and intersection Angles, notation, classification, Congruence Midpoints, bisectors, and trisectors Counterexamples Assumptions about diagrams Perpendicular, complementary, supplementary Vertical angles and the Vertical Angle Theorem (VAT) Algebra review of solving quadratic equations by factoring and solving systems of linearequations<strong>Review</strong> Problems:1. Refer to the figure to the right.Ha. Name three collinear points.EFb. Name four coplanar points.PIc. Name three noncollinear points. LDd. Name four noncoplanar points.e. Find R AADF .f. Find HI JI .J g. Find CG FGh. Find P R. G Ki. Find ILLIR.BC2. Graph A(-8,3), B(5,1), C(3,-6), and D(-2,-3).a. Draw CA .b. Find AD.c. Find the midpoint of BC .d. Find the slope of AD and the slope of BC . Are the segments parallel, perpendicular, orneither?e. Find and label a point F so that CF BC .f. Find and label a point G so that AGD is a straight angle.3. If E is acute and mE = 6x + 15, find all possible values of x.4. If PQR is a straight angle and mPQR =23x6x108 , find all possible values of x.5. In the diagram below, JK ML . Is M a right angle? Give an explanation for your answer.J6x – 2KM12x°5x + 5L

# Honors Geometry Unit #2 Review Topics: â¢ Points … – Nichols School

Geometry Unit 2 Practice Test

Geometry Unit 2 Practice Test