1. When
finished with the construction for "Copy an Angle", segments are drawn
connecting where the arcs cross the sides of the angles. What method
proves these two triangles to be congruent?
[1] ASA
[2] ASA
[3] SSS
[4] AAS

2.
According to the construction shown in the diagram below, what do we
call segment
?

[1] bisector of angle C
[2] median to side
[3] perpendicular bisector of segment
[4] altitude to side

3.
The point where the medians of a triangle are concurrent is called the

[1] centroid
[2] orthocenter
[3] incenter
[4] circumcenter

4.
The centroid of a triangle divides the
medians into ratios of

[1] 2:1
[2] 3:1
[3] 4:1
[4] 5:1

5.
The circumcenter of an acute
triangle is located inside the triangle. The circumcenter of an obtuse
triangle is located outside the triangle. Where is the circumcenter of a
right triangle located in relation to the triangle?

[1]
on the triangle
[2] outside the triangle
[3]
inside the triangle
[4]
the location varies

7. You
are looking at a triangle where the orthocenter, the centroid and the
circumcenter are all the same point. What type of triangle are you looking
at?

[1] scalene
[2] isosceles
[3] equilateral
[4] right

8.
When constructing the bisector of a line segment, you are also constructing
the perpendicular bisector of the segment.

[1]
TRUE
[2] FALSE

9. When
constructing a line parallel to a given line, you will be

[1] copying a segment.
[2] bisecting a segment.
[3] copying an angle.
[4] constructing a perpendicular

10.
The orthocenter of a triangle is always located inside the triangle.

[1] TRUE
[2] FALSE

11. It
is possible to inscribe a circle in any shaped quadrilateral.

[1] TRUE
[2]
FALSE

12.
The point of concurrence of the angle bisectors of a triangle is always
located inside the triangle.

[1]
TRUE^{ }
[2] FALSE

13.
The point of concurrence of the
perpendicular bisectors of a triangle is always located inside the triangle.
[1] TRUE
[2] FALSE

14. One
method of constructing an equilateral triangle is to simply construct a
triangle using the same segment for each side.
[1] TRUE
[2] FALSE

15.
In relation to constructions, a
straightedge is

[1] a clear plastic device devoid of markings.
[2] often shaped like a triangle.
[3] used for drawing straight lines or segments, but not for
measuring.
[4] all of the above.

16. You
are asked to "construct" an angle whose measure is 30°. Which of the
following methods would be considered an acceptable construction?

[1] Using a protractor, draw an angle of 30°.
[2] Using a compass and straightedge, construct an equilateral triangle and
then bisect
one of its angles.
[3] Using a compass and straightedge, copy an angle that appears to be
close to 30°
from a diagram in your textbook.
[4] Using a compass and straightedge, construct two parallel lines and label
one of
the angles 30°.

17.
The centroid of a triangle is located
12 units from one of the vertices of a triangle. Find the length of
the median of the triangle drawn from that same vertex.

[1] 16
[2] 18
[3] 24
[4] 36

19.
Which diagram below shows a correct
mathematical construction using only a compass and a straightedge to bisect
an angle?

[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]

20.
When given a square, the
construction of an angle bisector at any vertex will create the diagonal of
the square.

[1] TRUE
[2] FALSE