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Basic Geometry: Similar Figures Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. If square 1 is 5 times bigger than square 2, what is the measurement of one of the sides of square 1 if the sides of square 2 measure 2 inches?

Question 2 2. Which of the following measurements always remains the same in similar polygons?

Question 3 3. If rectangle 1 measures 4 by 5 inches and rectangle 2 measures 12 by 15 inches, how much bigger is rectangle 2 than rectangle 1?

Question 4 4. Brad places a marker on the ground 10 ft. away from the base of a tree at a botanical garden. He walks back towards the tree until he is standing 4 ft. away from the marker, and he is 6 ft. tall. Assuming that the top of Brad's head, the top of the tree, and the marker form two simliar triangles, how tall is the tree?

Question 5 5. If an angle in polygon A measures 65 degrees, what does the matching angle in polygon B measure? Polygons A and B are similar polygons.

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Question 6 6. Which of the following tools is needed to draw similar polygons?

Question 7 7. Polygon A is 4 times smaller than polygon B. If one side of polygon B measures 20 inches, what does the matching side of polygon A measure?

Question 8 8. Greg is standing next to a 40 ft. tree. The sun casts a 5 ft. shadow of Greg, who is 6.4 ft. tall. How long is the tree's shadow?

Question 9 9. Which of the following are two similar polygons?

Question 10 10. To make hummingbird food, I need 4 cups of sugar to 1 cup of water. If I wanted to double that amount, how many cups of sugar would I need?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following is not a polygon?

Question 12 12.

Write a ratio for the number of red balls to blue balls.

Red balls = 10

Blue balls = 8

Green balls = 6

Question 13 13. Determine if triangle VEZ is similar to triangle MAG.

Question 14 14. Is triangle ABC similar to triangle DEF?

Question 15 15. Given triangles DAR and KMR. What is the value of y?

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Question 16 16. Study the given diagram. Find the value of x, the distance between T and E.

Question 17 17.

Find the missing information.

x/4 = 9/12

Question 18 18.

Write a ratio for the number of students who received an A to the number of students who received an F.

A Students = 3

B Students = 8

C Students = 2

D Students = 1

F Students = 2

Question 19 19. Which of the following ratios is not proportional to 2:3?

Question 20 20. Which of the following ratios is in proportion to the ratio 3:4?

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Question 21 21. Which of the following is proportional to the ratio 3:2?

Question 22 22. Which of the following is not in proportion to the ratio 12:20?

Question 23 23. Two pentagons are similar. One pentagon has angle measurements of 76, 128, 119, 85, and 132. The other pentagon only has four listed angle measurements of 76, 119, 85, and 132. What is the measure of the missing angle?

Question 24 24. Triangle HYV and triangle AYB are similar by the AA similarity theorem. What is the value of x?

Question 25 25. Things are in proportion when what are equal to each other?

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Question 26 26. Josh claims that these triangles are similar by SSS. Do you agree or disagree with Josh?

Question 27 27. Mary claims that the triangles below are similar by AA. Do you agree or disagree with Mary?

Question 28 28. A particular pancake recipe calls for 3 cups of flour to 1 cup of milk. Keeping things in proportion, what is the ratio of flour to milk if you double this recipe?

Question 29 29. Triangles and 1 and 2 are similar triangles. If triangle 1 has angles that measure 60, 30, and 90 respectively, what are the angle measurements of triangle 2?

Question 30 30. Conclude whether triangle BEN is similar to triangle MAT.

Basic Geometry: Similar Figures Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!

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