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Question 1 of 102
1. Question
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 2 of 102
2. Question
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
 4 feet
 32 feet
 40 feet
 56 feet
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Question 3 of 102
3. Question
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
 3
 4
 5
 9
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Question 4 of 102
4. Question
All ___________ are rectangles but not all rectangles are _____________.
 squares … squares
 circles … circles
 parallelograms … parallelograms
 quadrilaterals … quadrilaterals
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Question 5 of 102
5. Question
What is the next term in the geometric sequence 32, 8, 2, ____?
 1/2
 1/4
 – 1/2
 – 1/4
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Question 6 of 102
6. Question
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Question 7 of 102
7. Question
Two parallelograms are similar. If the first one has a base of 4.5 cm and a height of 3 cm, and the second one has a base of 9 cm, what is the height of the second?
 2.25 cm
 6 cm
 7.5 cm
 13.5 cm
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Question 8 of 102
8. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, the length of its base is ________ inches.
 3
 4.5
 6
 18
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Question 9 of 102
9. Question
What is the volume of the following square pyramid given that the side of the base is 3 units and the height is 10 units?
 30 square units
 45 square units
 60 square units
 270 square units
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Question 10 of 102
10. Question
Which of the pair of statements follows logically?
If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect.
Therefore, if two lines ____________________. are not parallel, they they intersect
 intersect, then they are not parallel
 are not parallel, then they will never intersect
 do not intersect, then they are parallel
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Question 11 of 102
11. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, what is the length of its base?
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Question 12 of 102
12. Question
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 13 of 102
13. Question
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
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Question 14 of 102
14. Question
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
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Question 15 of 102
15. Question
All ___________ are rectangles but not all rectangles are _____________.
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Question 16 of 102
16. Question
What is the next term in the geometric sequence 32, 8, 2, ____?
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Question 17 of 102
17. Question
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Question 18 of 102
18. Question
Two parallelograms are similar. If the first one has a base of 4.5 cm and a height of 3 cm, and the second one has a base of 9 cm, what is the height of the second?
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Question 19 of 102
19. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, what is the length of its base?
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Question 20 of 102
20. Question
What is the volume of the following square pyramid given that the side of the base is 3 and the height is 10?
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Question 21 of 102
21. Question
Which of the pair of statements follows logically?
If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect.
Therefore, if two lines ____________________.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 22 of 102
22. Question
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 23 of 102
23. Question
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
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Question 24 of 102
24. Question
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
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Question 25 of 102
25. Question
All ___________ are rectangles but not all rectangles are _____________.
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Question 26 of 102
26. Question
What is the next term in the geometric sequence 32, 8, 2, ____?
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Question 27 of 102
27. Question
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Question 28 of 102
28. Question
Two parallelograms are similar. If the first one has a base of 4.5 cm and a height of 3 cm, and the second one has a base of 9 cm, what is the height of the second?
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Question 29 of 102
29. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, what is the length of its base?
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Question 30 of 102
30. Question
What is the volume of the following square pyramid given that the side of the base is 3 and the height is 10?
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Question 31 of 102
31. Question
Which of the pair of statements follows logically?
If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect.
Therefore, if two lines ____________________.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 32 of 102
32. Question
A rectangle has a perimeter of 50. If the length of one set of sides is 10, what is the length of the other set of sides?
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Question 33 of 102
33. Question
Which quadrilateral has congruent diagonals that are perpendicular to each other?
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Question 34 of 102
34. Question
Square ABCD has an area of . If Square ABCD and Square EFGH have a scale factor of 1:2 respectively, what is the area of Square EFGH?
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Question 35 of 102
35. Question
If the point (3,6) is reflected over the xaxis then shifted left 7 units, what coordinate represents the resulting point?
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Question 36 of 102
36. Question
If a circular region with a radius of 6 is divided into 6 equal sectors, what is the area of each sector? Use 3.14 for .
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Question 37 of 102
37. Question
Circle P is dilated by a factor of 3. If the preimage has a radius of 5, what is the diameter of the image?
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Question 38 of 102
38. Question
There is a famous Greek chocolate bar that is molded in the shape of a triangular prism. A couple wants to give out these bars to some friends, but wanted to rewrap the sides, not the ends, in their own design. If the triangles on the end are equilateral with a side length of 3 cm, and the length of the bar is 15 cm, what will be the area of their custom wrap be?
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Question 39 of 102
39. Question
The coordinate points of a rectangle are A (1,5) B (1,9) C (7,5) and D (7,9). If the rectangle is reflected over the yaxis and then reflected over the xaxis, which coordinate point would represent the new C point?
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Question 40 of 102
40. Question
Triangle ABC has side lengths of 7, 24, and 25. Therefore, it can be classified as ____________ triangle.
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Question 41 of 102
41. Question
Janet wants to fence in a rectangular pasture along a river. The side along the river, which is the longer side, does not need to be fenced. If she has 90 feet of fencing to work with, what dimensions will give her the greatest area for her pasture?
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Question 42 of 102
42. Question
If a cylinder has a diameter of 8 cm and a height of 12 cm, how much liquid would you need to fill threequarters of the cylinder? Use 3.14 for
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Question 43 of 102
43. Question
The surface area of a square pyramid is 75 square feet. If each triangular side has an area of 12 square feet, what is the area of the base?
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Question 44 of 102
44. Question
If point A (3, 2) is reflected over the line y = 1, then A is represented by which point?
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Question 45 of 102
45. Question
If a garden is shaped like a rectangle with the shorter sides measuring 6 feet each and the perimeter measuring 40 feet, what is the length of the longer side of the garden?
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Question 46 of 102
46. Question
Each of the internal angles of an equilateral triangle equals ________ degrees.
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Question 47 of 102
47. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, what is the length of its base?
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Question 48 of 102
48. Question
A trapezoid (trapezium) features how many pairs of parallel sides?
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Question 49 of 102
49. Question
The surface area of a square pyramid is 75 square feet. If each triangular side has an area of 12 square feet, what is the area of the base?
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Question 50 of 102
50. Question
There is a building 200 feet tall that is casting a shadow 50 feet long. A nearby tree is casting a shadow 10 feet long. How tall is the tree?
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Question 51 of 102
51. Question
Two parallelograms are similar. If the first one has a base of 6 and height of 4, and the second one has a base of 9, what is the height of the second?
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Question 52 of 102
52. Question
Alexi wants to lay fresh sod down in her rectangular pasture. She knows the perimeter of the pasture totals 76 feet, with the shorter side measuring 12 feet. How many square feet of sod are needed to cover the entire pasture?
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Question 53 of 102
53. Question
If a rectangle has a width that is three less than it’s length, and the perimeter of that rectangle is 14, what is the rectangle’s area?
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Question 54 of 102
54. Question
A rectangular pen has a perimeter of 64 feet. The length of the pen is 5 feet longer than the width. What is the area of the pen?
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Question 55 of 102
55. Question
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 56 of 102
56. Question
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
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Question 57 of 102
57. Question
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
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Question 58 of 102
58. Question
All ___________ are rectangles but not all rectangles are _____________.
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Question 59 of 102
59. Question
What is the next term in the geometric sequence 32, 8, 2, ____?
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Question 60 of 102
60. Question
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Question 61 of 102
61. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, what is the length of its base?
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Question 62 of 102
62. Question
What is the volume of the following square pyramid given that the side of the base is 3 and the height is 10?
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Question 63 of 102
63. Question
Which of the pair of statements follows logically?
If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect.
Therefore, if two lines ____________________.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 64 of 102
64. Question
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 65 of 102
65. Question
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
 4 feet
 32 feet
 40 feet
 56 feet
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Question 66 of 102
66. Question
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
 3
 4
 5
 9
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Question 67 of 102
67. Question
All ___________ are rectangles but not all rectangles are _____________.
 squares … squares
 circles … circles
 parallelograms … parallelograms
 quadrilaterals … quadrilaterals
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Question 68 of 102
68. Question
What is the next term in the geometric sequence 32, 8, 2, ____?
 1/2
 1/4
 – 1/2
 – 1/4
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Question 69 of 102
69. Question
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Question 70 of 102
70. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, the length of its base is ________ inches.
 3
 4.5
 6
 18
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Question 71 of 102
71. Question
What is the volume of the following square pyramid given that the side of the base is 3 units and the height is 10 units?
 30 square units
 45 square units
 60 square units
 270 square units
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Question 72 of 102
72. Question
Which of the pair of statements follows logically?
If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect.
Therefore, if two lines ____________________. are not parallel, they they intersect
 intersect, then they are not parallel
 are not parallel, then they will never intersect
 do not intersect, then they are parallel
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Question 73 of 102
73. Question
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 74 of 102
74. Question
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
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Question 75 of 102
75. Question
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
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Question 76 of 102
76. Question
All ___________ are rectangles but not all rectangles are _____________.
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Question 77 of 102
77. Question
What is the next term in the geometric sequence 32, 8, 2, ____?
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Question 78 of 102
78. Question
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Question 79 of 102
79. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, what is the length of its base?
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Question 80 of 102
80. Question
What is the volume of the following square pyramid given that the side of the base is 3 and the height is 10?
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Question 81 of 102
81. Question
Which of the pair of statements follows logically?
If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect.
Therefore, if two lines ____________________.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 82 of 102
82. Question
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 83 of 102
83. Question
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
 4 feet
 32 feet
 40 feet
 56 feet
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Question 84 of 102
84. Question
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
 3
 4
 5
 9
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Question 85 of 102
85. Question
All ___________ are rectangles but not all rectangles are _____________.
 squares … squares
 circles … circles
 parallelograms … parallelograms
 quadrilaterals … quadrilaterals
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Question 86 of 102
86. Question
What is the next term in the geometric sequence 32, 8, 2, ____?
 1/2
 1/4
 – 1/2
 – 1/4
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Question 87 of 102
87. Question
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Question 88 of 102
88. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, the length of its base is ________ inches.
 3
 4.5
 6
 18
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Question 89 of 102
89. Question
What is the volume of the following square pyramid given that the side of the base is 3 units and the height is 10 units?
 30 square units
 45 square units
 60 square units
 270 square units
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Question 90 of 102
90. Question
Which of the pair of statements follows logically?
If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect.
Therefore, if two lines ____________________. are not parallel, they they intersect
 intersect, then they are not parallel
 are not parallel, then they will never intersect
 do not intersect, then they are parallel
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Question 91 of 102
91. Question
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 92 of 102
92. Question
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
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Question 93 of 102
93. Question
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
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Question 94 of 102
94. Question
All ___________ are rectangles but not all rectangles are _____________.
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Question 95 of 102
95. Question
What is the next term in the geometric sequence 32, 8, 2, ____?
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Question 96 of 102
96. Question
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Question 97 of 102
97. Question
A triangle has a base that is half the length of its height. If the triangle has an area of 9 square inches, what is the length of its base?
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Question 98 of 102
98. Question
What is the volume of the following square pyramid given that the side of the base is 3 and the height is 10?
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Question 99 of 102
99. Question
Which of the pair of statements follows logically?
If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect.
Therefore, if two lines ____________________.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 100 of 102
100. Question
The question below is most related to which competency?
Consider the similar images, . If and what is the scale factor going from to ?
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Question 101 of 102
101. Question
The question below represents which competency?
A tent is pitched with one pole in the center and 4 cords running from the top of the center pole down to the ground in all 4 corners. The center pole is 8 feet tall. If the cords are fastened to the ground 6 feet from the center pole, how many feet of cord is needed to pitch the tent?
 4 feet
 32 feet
 40 feet
 56 feet
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Question 102 of 102
102. Question
The question below is most related to which competency?
A square pyramid how many number of faces?
 3
 4
 5
 9
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