Regents Practice TEST 1 Interactive Version - Multiple Choice Geometry Level Return to Test List | Geometry Index | Regents Exam Prep Center

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1.   Line k is drawn so that it is perpendicular to two distinct planes, P and R.  What must be true about planes P and R?
[1]  Planes P and R are skew            [3]  Planes P and R are perpendicular.
[2]  Planes P and R are parallel.       [4]  Plane P intersects plane R but is not perpendicular to plane R.

2.
The vertices of  ABC are A(1,2), B(1,2), and C(6,0). Which conclusion can be made about the angles of
ABC?

[1]  m<A = m<B               [2]  m<A = m<C         [3]  m<ACB = 90      [4]  m<ABC = 60

3.
What is the equation of a line that passes through the point ( 3,11) and is parallel to the line whose equation
is 2x  y = 4?

[1] y = 2x + 5               [2] y = 2x - 5              [3]        [4]

4. The diagram at the right shows the construction of the perpendicular bisector of .  Which statement is not true?
 [1]  AC = CB                [3]  AC = 2AB      [2]             [4]  AC + CB = AB

5.

Isosceles trapezoid ABCD has diagonals and .  If AC = 5x + 13 and BD = 11x  5, what is the value of x?

[1]  28                                    [2]                         [3]  3                           [4]

6.

The diagram below illustrates the construction of parallel to through point P
 Which statement justifies this construction? [1]  m<1 = m<2                     [3]  [2]  m<1 = m<3                     [4]

7.
What are the center and radius of a circle whose equation is (x  A) 2 + (y  B) 2 = C?

[1]  center = (A,B); radius = C                             [3] center = (A,B); radius =

[2]  center = ( AB); radius = C                       [4]  center = ( AB); radius =

8.
A polygon is transformed according to the rule: (x, y) ( x + 2, y).  Every point of the polygon moves two units
in which direction?

[1]  up                                   [2]  down                  [3]  left                        [4]  right

9.
The lines 3y + 1 = 6x + 4 and 2y + 1 = x  9 are

[1]  parallel         [2]  perpendicular        [3] the same line       [4] neither parallel nor perpendicular

10.

In which triangle do the three altitudes intersect outside the triangle?

[1]  right triangle                  [2] acute triangle        [3] obtuse triangle         [4] equilateral triangle

11.
What is the negation of the statement The Sun is shining?

[1]  It is cloudy.                            [3]  It is not raining.
[2]  It is daytime.                          [4]  The Sun is not shining.

12.

Triangle ABC has vertices A(1,3), B(0,1), and C(4,0). Under a translation, A, the image point of A, is
located at (4,4). Under this same translation, point
Cis located at

[1]   (7,1)                         [2]  (5,3)                   [3]  (3,2)                      [4]  (1,-1)

13. The figure in the diagram at the right is a triangular prism.
Which statement must be true?
 [1]                  [3]        [2]                [4]

 14 Given ABC with base , median , altitude , and bisects, which conclusion is valid? [1]                         [3]  [2]                        [4]

15.
Lines k1 and k2 intersect at point E.  Line m is perpendicular to lines k1 and k2 at point E.
Which statement is always true?

[1]  Lines k1 and k2 are perpendicular.
[2]  Line m is parallel to the plane determined by lines

k1 and k2.
[3]  Line m is perpendicular to the plane determined by
lines
k1 and k2.
[4]  Line m is coplanar with lines k1 and k2.

16.

Which graph could be used to find the solution to the following system of equations?
y = -x + 2   and    y = x2

[1]                                                                          [3]

[2]                                                                           [4]

17.
In the diagram at the right, circle O has a radius of 5, and CE = 2. Diameter is perpendicular to
chord
at E.  What is the length of ?

[1]  12
[2]  10
[3]  8
[4]  4

18.

Line segment has endpoints A(2, 3) and B( 4,6). What are the coordinates of the midpoint of ?

[1]  (-2,3)                [2]                [3]  (-1,3)                    [4]

19.

A rectangular prism has a volume of 3x2 + 18x + 24.  Its base has a length of x + 2 and a width of 3.
Which expression represents the height of the prism?

[1]   x + 4                [2]   x + 2                    [3]   3                          [4]  x2 + 6x + 8

20.
What is the slope of a line perpendicular to the line whose equation is 5x + 3y = 8?

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

21.  In the diagram at the right, is a tangent to circle O at point S, is a secant, PS = x, PQ = 3, and PR = x + 18.  What is the length of ?
 [1]  6          [2]  9          [3]  3          [4]  27

22.

In the diagram below of ABC, D is a point on , AC = 7, AD = 6, and BC = 18.  The length of could be

 [1]   5                           [3]   19        [2]   12                         [4]   25

23.
What is the measure of an interior angle of a regular octagon?
[1]  45Ί                [2]  60Ί                  [3]  120Ί                [4]  135Ί

24.
The diameter of a circle has endpoints at ( 2,3) and (6,3). What is an equation of the circle?

[1]  (x  2) 2 + (y  3) 2 = 16                    [3]  (x + 2) 2 + (y + 3) 2 = 16

[2]  (x  2) 2 + (y  3) 2 = 4                       [4]  (x + 2) 2 + (y + 3) 2 = 4

 25 In the diagram of PRT, Q is a point on , S is a point on , is drawn, and .  Which reason justifies the conclusion that ?  [1]  AA           [2]  ASA          [3]  SAS           [4]  SSS

26.
The endpoints of are A(3,2) and B(7,1). If is the result of the transformation of under
D2  ° T 4,3 what are the coordinates of Aand B?

[1]  A(2,10) and B(6,8)                  [3]  A(2,7) and B(10,5)
[2]
A(1,5) and B(3,4)                    [4]  A(14 , 2) and B(22, 4)

 27 In the diagram at the right, circle A and circle B are shown.  What is the total number of lines of tangency that are common to circle A and circle B? [1]   1                [2]  2               [3]  3               [ 4]  4

28.

Two triangles are similar, and the ratio of each pair of corresponding sides is 2 : 1. Which statement
regarding the two triangles is
not true?

[1]  Their areas have a ratio of 4 : 1.                      [3]  Their perimeters have a ratio of 2 : 1.
[2]
Their altitudes have a ratio of 2 : 1.                  [4]  Their corresponding angles have a ratio of 2 : 1.

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