Basics of Geometry
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High School Geometry
High School Geometry
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1.

Two points -5.2 and 4.8 are on a number line. What is the distance, to the nearest tenth, between these two points?

2.

Find the distance between the two points. (a) G(5, 6), H(9, 0) (b) M(2, -4), N(-7, 3) (c) P(-3, -1), Q(-8, -8)

3.

Points X and Y are on . If AX > BY, then which statement must be true?
 AY > BX XY < BY AY < BY AY + BX > AB AX < BX

4.

Points P, Q, R, S, and T are collinear. If PT = 6PQ, QT = 20, and PQ = QR = RS, find ST.

5.

Suppose M is between L and N. LM = (2 1/3y + 4), MN = (2y + 7/2), LN = 58. Find the value of y.

6.

Points M, N, and X are collinear and X is between M and N. If MN = 20 and the ratio between MX and NX is 2:3, find the length of .

7.

Point Q is between points P and R on . If PR = 87, PQ = 5x - 259 and RQ = 3x - 102, find the value of x.

8.

and bisect each other at point E. If AE = 5x + 3y - 56, BE = -3x + 18y - 194, CE = 7x + 20y - 332, and DE = x - 13y + 184, what are the values of x and y?

9.

E is the midpoint of . If DE = 2x + 45 and EF = 5x + 36, then DF = ______.

10.

E is the midpoint of . If DE = 4x + 15 and EF = 51, find the value of x.

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