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1 1. Mary, Dan Jane and Lucy walked into a shop at four different times. If Mary went into the shop before Lucy, Jane was the first person after Dan,and Mary was not the first person in the shop, who wa ths first person to walk into the shop? G.3C(R), G.3D, G.3E A. Dan 3. A plastic tray is shown below, with the dimensions labeled. The tray does not have a cover on top. The bottom and two of the sides are rectangles. The remaining two sides are congruent isosceles trapezoids. What is the total area of the outer surface of the tray? G.8D B. Lucy C. Jane D. Mary 2. Which pattern would fold to make a pyramid with a square base? G.6B (S) A. 495cm2 B. 584cm2 C. 615cm2 D. 975cm2 4. Figure JKLM is a parallelogram. What is the value of x? G.9B, G.2B A. 65 B. 55 C. 45 D. 35

2 5. Which shape does not have any line of symmetry? 7. The figure below shows a pattern of dots. Which equation models the number of dots in the nth term? A. B. 6. The numbers in the drawing below represent distance, in miles, between towns. If Scott is at Town B, what is the shortest possible route he can take from Town B to Town G if he must travel through Town C? C. D. 8. In the figure below, m n. G.3B A. 57 miles B. 58 miles C. 64 miles D. 70 miles What is the value of x? A. 36 B. 72 C. 108 D. 180

3 9. A company doubles the height of the can shown below. The radius is made smaller so that the volume stays the same. What is the radius, to the nearest hundredth cm, of the new can? Use π = G. 11D 11. An object is cut to show a circular cross section. Which could not be the shape of the original object? A. cone B. prism G.6A C. sphere A cm D. cylinder B cm C cm D cm 12. Which is an equation of the line perpendicular to the line with equation and passing through the point (1,5)? A. G.7B B. 10. What is the value of x in the figure below? G.9A C. D. 13. Which of the following quadrilaterals is not a parallelogram? G.3B, G.9B A. Rectangle B. Rhombus A B C. Square D. Trapezoid C D

4 14. In this figure, transversal e intersects lines a, b, c, and d. Which lines must be parallel? RC1 G3C 16. With the information given in the drawings, which pair of triangles can be proven congruent by the Side- Angle-Side postulate? G. 10B A. B. A. a and c C. b and d B. b and c D. a and d C. 15. Amber constructed as shown. G.3C D. Which of the following statements must be true? A. BA = BC B. BD = 2BA c. m ABD = m CBD D. m CBD = 2m ABC 17. The ratio of the perimeter of square RSTU to the perimeter of square WXYZ is 1 to 2. The area of square RSTU is 25 square inches. What is the area of square WXYZ? G.11D (R), G.11A (S) A. 20 sq in. B. 25 sq in. C. 50 sq in. D. 100 sq in.

5 G.5B 18. Given the polygon shown below, m A + m F + m E + m D + m C + m B = 20. A side view of the intersection of a plane and a square pyramid is modeled below. G.6A A. 360 B. 540 Which of the following best represents the shape formed by this intersection? C. 720 D When viewed from above, the base of a water fountain has the shape of a hexagon composed of a square and 2 congruent isosceles right triangles, as represented in the diagram below. G.5D 21. Which of these statements is the conditional statement that corresponds to the inverse statement below? If a quadrilateral does not have 4 congruent sides, then it is not a rhombus. A. if a quadrilateral has four congruent sides, then it is a rhombus. Which of the following measurements best represents the perimeter of the water fountain s base in feet? A. ( ) B. ( ) C. ( ) B. If a quadrilateral is a rhombus, then it has four congruent sides. C. If a quadrilateral has four congruent sides, then it is not a rhombus. D. If a quadrilateral does not have four congruent sides, then it is a rhombus. D. ( ) G.3A, G.2B (R), G.3C (R)

6 22. Triangle RST and VSU are shown below. G.10B 24. Given quadrilateral RSTU, what is the value of x? G.5A (R) R V, a. Which additional condition is sufficient to prove that. A. B. C. A. 15 B. 30 C. 45 D. 60 D. VUS RST 23. The three-dimensional figure shown is composed of 11 identical cubes. G.6C 25. The figure below is composed of 5 squares. G.8A (R) Which of the following could not represent a top, front, or side view of the figure? What is the area of this figure? A. 8 cm 2 B. 16 cm 2 C. 20 cm 2 D. 24 cm 2

7 G.5B(R), G.11A (S) 26. Which pair of facts proves that RST and WXY are similar? 29. G.5D (R), G.5B (S) A. S X a R W B. a T W C. a R Y D. and In radical form, what is the perimeter of this trapezoid? A. in. B. in. C. in. D. in. 27. Chris is planning a play area shaped like this polygon. G.5B(R), G.11A (S) She draws a model similar to the desired play area. If the length of the longest side of her model is 33 cm, what is the length of the shortest side of the model? A. 9 cm B. 12 cm C. 13 cm 30. Which quadrilateral can be represented by points R (-4, 1), S (-1, 4), T (5, -2), and U (2, -5)? A. kite B. square C. rhombus D. rectangle G.7A(S) D. 16 cm 28. Which set of measurements could be the side lengths of an obtuse triangle? G.2B, G.8C A. 3 in., 4 in., 4 in. B. 5 in., 12 in., 13 in. C. 6 in., 7 in., 12 in. D. 6in., 8 in., 9 in

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