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Name _____________________________
Date ___________________
(Key 1 - Answer ID # 1034477)
1.   A statement whose truth is accepted without proof is considered to be a ___________.

   Geometry 
   Definition 
   Point 
   Theorem 
   Postulate 


2.   How would you write that line segment PK has equal length with line segment OQ?

   
PK
  =  
OQ
 
 
   PK = OQ 
   
PK
    
OQ
 
 
   
PK
  =  
OQ
 
 
   
PK
    
OQ
 
 


3.   A ___________ has position only. It does not have width, height, or length.

   point 
   ray 
   space 
   rectangle 
   plane 


4.   If two segments have the same ___________, then they are congruent.

   width 
   area 
   length 
   height 
   volume 


5.   How many noncollinear points does a plane contain?

   one or more 
   three or more 
   six or more 
   two or more 
   None of the above 


6.   All of the following, except one, are considered to be intuitive ideas and are not defined. Which of the following can be defined?

   point 
   plane 
   line 
   line segment 


7.   Given:
FD = 4x - 27
SG
    
FD
 
SG = 2x - 3

What is the length of SG?


8.   The bisector of a segment

   is collinear to the segment 
   is congruent to the segment 
   intersects the segment at its midpoint 
   is always a ray 


9.   Name six different rays.
 S C E 


10.   Name three different segments.
 R P D 





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