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Question 1 1. Find the distance between the points (-3, 4) and (2, 5).
Question 2 2. How many columns are used in geometry proofs?
Question 3 3. How many equal sides does a rhombus have?
Question 4 4. What is the midpoint of this line segment?
Question 5 5. Which statement is an example of circular reasoning?
Question 6 6. If arc AC is 122 degrees and arc BC is 192 degrees, what is the measure of angle ACB?
Question 7 7. What tool is used to make sure copied angles are exactly the same as the original?
Question 8 8. What do you not need to do for geometric construction?
Question 9 9. What is the volume of a cone with a height of 20 inches and a radius of 8 inches?
Question 10 10. A regular polygon's sides and angles are all what?
Question 11 11. What is the volume of a box with no lid and all sides of equal length that has a surface area of 125 square meters?
Question 12 12. What type of line segment is represented by the vertical dotted line in the pictured triangle?
Question 13 13. What type of triangle is pictured?
Question 14 14. Triangle ABC is congruent to triangle XYZ. What reason can we use to explain why angle A is congruent to angle X?
Question 15 15. What is the surface area of a cylinder with a height of 4 inches and a radius of 5 inches? (Use π in your calculations rather than 3.14, then round the result to the nearest tenth)
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