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ALEKS Geometry Answers key

Q. Angle
Ans: a figure formed by two rays that have the same endpoint.

Q. Circle
Ans: the set of all points in a plane that lie the same distance from a single point in the plane.

Q. Perpendicular lines
Ans: intersecting lines that form right angles.

Q. Parallel lines
Ans: These are lines that belong to the same plane and never intersect.

Q. line segment
Ans: a part of a line consisting of two endpoints and all points between them.

Q. Congruent
Ans: exactly the same shape and size.

Q. Collinear
Ans: belonging to the same line.

Q. Coplanar
Ans: belonging to the same plane.

Q. Vertical Angles
Ans: Two nonadjacent angles formed by two intersecting lines

Q. Collinear Points
Ans: Points that lie on the same line

Q. Intersect
Ans: Two distinct lines that have a point in common

Q. Scalene Triangle
Ans: No sides have the same length

Q. Isosceles Triangle
Ans: Two or three sides have the same length

Q. Equilateral Triangle
Ans: All three sides have the same length. Note: All Equilateral Triangle are also Isosceles Triangles

Q. Side-Side-Side (SSS) Congruent Property
Ans: If each side of one triangle is congruent to each side of another triangle, then the triangles are congruent

Q. Side-Angle-Side (SAS) Congruence Property
Ans: If two sides and the angle between them in another triangle, then the triangles are congruent

Q. How many degrees are in a right angle?
Ans: 90

Q. What is an “Acute” Angle
Ans: An angle that measures less than 90

Q. Angles in the same plane with a common vertex & a common side, but no common interior points.
Ans: Adjacent

Q. Opposite angles in an “X”.
Ans: Vertical

Q. Angles whose measure sum up to 180 degrees.
Ans: Supplementary

Q. An angle whose measure is exactly 90 degrees.
Ans: right

Q. Two angles added together to produce 90 degrees
Ans: Complementary

Q. How many sides does a pentagon have?
Ans: 5

Q. Opposite sides are parallel; all sides are equal; each angle is a right angle
Ans: Square

Q. Angle R and angle S are supplementary angles. If angle R measures 28 degrees, what is the measure of angle S?
Ans: 152

Q. A car wheel has a diameter of 75 cm. What is the circumference of the wheel?
Ans: 235.5

Q. 4 types of transformations
Ans: translations, reflections, relations, dilations

Q. when a figure can be turned around the dot shown to get another figure
Ans: rotation

Q. when we can slide one figure to get another
Ans: translation

Q. when we can reflect a figure across a line to get another (mirror image)
Ans: reflection

Q. when reflecting across the y axis
Ans: the points have the same y coordinate and opposite x coordinates

Q. when reflecting across the x axis
Ans: they have the same x coordinate and opposite y coordinates

Q. rotating a figure 90 degrees clockwise around origin
Ans: (a,b) to (b,-a)

Q. rotating a figure 90 degrees counterclockwise around origin
Ans: (a,b) to (-b,a)

Q. rotating the figure 18o degrees around origin
Ans: (a,b) to (-a,-b)

Q. if a figure can be rotated about some point by some angle less than 360 and appear unmoved
Ans: it has rotational symmetry

Q. if a figure can be rotated 180 degrees about some point and appear unmoved
Ans: it has point symmetry

Q. making one figure from another and the figures are similar (magnify or shrink) by use of a scale factor and multiplication
Ans: dilation


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