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2003 Geometry SOL



Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 


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a.
x = 91°, y = 98°
c.
x = 101°, y = 98°
b.
x = 91°, y = 108°
d.
x = 101°, y = 108°
 

 2. 


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a.
75°
b.
85°
c.
95°
d.
105°
 

 3. 


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a.
28°
b.
62°
c.
90°
d.
180°
 

 4. 


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a.
90°
b.
120°
c.
135°
d.
144°
 

 5. 


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a.
40°
b.
58°
c.
82°
d.
122°
 

 6. 


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a.
(0, 0) and (-1, 1)
b.
(0, 0) and (1, 5)
c.
(1, 1) and (6, 2)
d.
(-4, 0) and (5, 5)
 

 7. 


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a.
25
b.
30
c.
40
d.
60
 

 8. 


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a.
x = z
b.
y = w
c.
x = y
d.
y = z
 

 9. 


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a.
W
b.
X
c.
Y
d.
Z
 

 10. 


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a.
Q
b.
R
c.
S
d.
T
 

 11. 


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a.
CD
b.
CE
c.
CF
d.
CG
 

 12. 


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a.
All football players play offense or defense.
b.
No football players play offense and defense.
c.
All football players play defense.
d.
Some football players play offense and defense.
 

 13. 


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a.
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b.
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c.
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d.
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 14. 


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a.
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b.
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c.
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d.
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 15. 


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a.
None of the triangles are similar
b.
Only triangles ACE and CBE are similar.
c.
Triangle ABC is similar to only triangle ACE.
d.
Triangle ABC is similar to both triangle ACE and triangle CBE.
 

 16. 


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a.
All happy people are musicians.
b.
All musicians like music.
c.
Some happy people do not like music.
d.
Some musicians like music.
 

 17. 


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a.
18 in.
b.
24 in.
c.
32 in.
d.
576 in.
 

 18. 


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a.
10 ft.
b.
11 ft.
c.
12 ft.
d.
13 ft
 

 19. 


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a.
The measure of ÐC is the least of the three angles.
b.
The measure of ÐC is the greatest of the three angles.
c.
The measure of ÐB is the greatest of the three angles.
d.
The measure of ÐB is the least of the three angles.
 

 20. 


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a.
mÐA + m ÐB = 90°
c.
AB + BC > AC
b.
mÐA + m ÐB < 90°
d.
AB + BC < AC
 

 21. 


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a.
AC, BC, AB
b.
AC, AB, BC
c.
AB, AC, BC
d.
BC, AC, AB
 

 22. 


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a.
3.48 m.
b.
19.7 m.
c.
20.3 m.
d.
113.4 m.
 

 23. 


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a.
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c.
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b.
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d.
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 24. 


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a.
25 in.
b.
50 in.
c.
100 in.
d.
200 in.
 

 25. 


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a.
(5, 4)
b.
(6, 4)
c.
(8, 4)
d.
(4, 3)
 

 26. 


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a.
AC = BD
c.
mÐB = mÐD
b.
AB = AD
d.
ÐA and ÐD are supplementary.
 

 27. 


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a.
(-3, 12)
b.
(-1, 4)
c.
(1, 4)
d.
(9, 4)
 

 28. 


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a.
120°
b.
60°
c.
45°
d.
30°
 

 29. 


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a.
135°
b.
60°
c.
45°
d.
30°
 

 30. 


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a.
87.5°
b.
90°
c.
105°
d.
120°
 

 31. 


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a.
4
b.
8
c.
12
d.
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 32. 


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a.
b.
14°
c.
28°
d.
56°
 

 33. 


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a.
118°
b.
72°
c.
36°
d.
18°
 

 34. 


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a.
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c.
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b.
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d.
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 35. 


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a.
201 cm3
b.
256 cm3
c.
278 cm3
d.
309 cm3
 

 36. 


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a.
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c.
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b.
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d.
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 37. 

A cylindrical water container is 1.2 meters high and has a diameter of 4.6 meters. Approximately how many cubic meters of water will the container hold when it is half full?
a.
4.33
b.
9.97
c.
29.93
d.
39.87
 

 38. 

What is the volume of a right square pyramid with a height of 3 centimeters and a base that measures 8 centimeters by 8 centimeters?
a.
64 cm3
b.
72 cm3
c.
144 cm3
d.
225 cm3
 

 39. 


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a.
13
b.
17
c.
25
d.
30
 

 40. 


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a.
Rectangle ABCD
c.
Square KLMN
b.
Hexagon EFGHIJ
d.
Triangle OPQ
 

 41. 


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a.
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c.
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b.
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d.
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 42. 


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a.
(-3, 2)
b.
(4, 6)
c.
(2, -3)
d.
(3, -2)
 

 43. 

Which point is the greatest distance from the origin?
a.
(-8, -5)
b.
(-9, 1)
c.
(3, 4)
d.
(9, 2)
 

 44. 


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Parallelogram ABCD is positioned on a coordinate plane with the coordinates as shown. N is the midpoint of BC. What are the coordinates of N?
a.
(2, 3)
b.
(3.5, 2)
c.
(2.5, 6)
d.
(6, 2.5)
 

 45. 

The slope of the line joining the coordinate points (3, 1) and (4, 7) is —
a.
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b.
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c.
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d.
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