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  • Answers to Exercises13. 1714. 1515. the twelfth century 16. The angles of the trapezoid measure 67.5 and112.5; 67.5 is half the value of each angle of a regularoctagon, and 112.5 is half the value of 360 135.

    17. Answers will vary; see the answer forDeveloping Proof on page 259. Using the TriangleSum Conjecture, a b j c d k e f l g h i 4(180), or 720. The four angles inthe center sum to 360, so j k l i 360.Subtract to get a b c d e f g h 360.18. x 12019. The segments joining the opposite midpointsof a quadrilateral always bisect each other.20. D21. Counterexample: The base angles of anisosceles right triangle measure 45; thus they arecomplementary.

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    1. See table below.2. See table below.3. 1224. 1365. 108; 366. 108; 1067. 105; 828. 120; 389. The sum of the interior angle measures of thequadrilateral is 358. It should be 360.10. The measures of the interior angles shown sumto 554. However, the figure is a pentagon, so themeasures of its interior angles should sum to 540.11. 1812. a 116, b 64, c 90, d 82, e 99,f 88, g 150, h 56, j 106, k 74,m 136, n 118, p 99; Possible explanation:The sum of the angles of a quadrilateral is 360, soa b 98 d 360. Substituting 116 for aand 64 for b gives d 82. Using the largerquadrilateral, e p 64 98 360.Substituting e for p, the equation simplifies to 2e 198, so e 99. The sum of the angles of apentagon is 540, so e p f 138 116 540. Substituting 99 for e and p gives f 88.

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    Sum of measures of angles 900 1080 1260 1440 1620 3240 9540 17640

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    of equiangular polygon

    1. (Lesson 5.1)

    2. (Lesson 5.1)

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    LESSON 5.2

    1. 3602. 72; 603. 154. 435. a 108

    6. b 4513

    7. c 5137, d 11557

    8. e 72, f 45, g 117, h 1269. a 30, b 30, c 106, d 13610. a 162, b 83, c 102, d 39, e 129,f 51, g 55, h 97, k 8311. See flowchart below.12. Yes. The maximum is three. The minimum iszero. A polygon might have no acute interiorangles.

    13. Answers will vary. Possible proof using the diagram on the left: a b i 180, c d h 180, and e f g 180 by the TriangleSum Conjecture. a b c d e f g h i 540 by the addition property of equality.Therefore, the sum of the measures of the angles ofa pentagon is 540. To use the other diagram,students must remember to subtract 360 toaccount for angle measures k through o.14. regular polygons: equilateral triangle andregular dodecagon; angle measures: 60, 150,and 15015. regular polygons: square, regular hexagon, andregular dodecagon; angle measures: 90, 120,and 15016. Yes. RAC DCA by SAS. AD CR byCPCTC.17. Yes. DAT RAT by SSS. D R byCPCTC.

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    1. 64 cm 2. 21; 146 3. 52; 1284. 15 cm 5. 72; 61 6. 99; 38 cm 7. w 120, x 45, y 308. w 1.6 cm, x 48, y 429. See flowchart below.10. Answers may vary. This proof uses the KiteAngle Bisector Conjecture.

    Given: Kite BENY with vertex angles B and NShow: Diagonal BN is the perpendicular bisectorof diagonal YE.

    From the definition of kite, BE BY. From theKite Angle Bisector Conjecture, 1 2. BXBX because they are the same segment. By SAS,BXY BXE. So by CPCTC, XY XE.Because YXB and EXB form a linear pair, theyare supplementary, so mYXB mEXB 180. By CPCTC, YXB EXB, or mYXB mEXB, so by substitution, 2mYXB 180, ormYXB 90. So mYXB mEXB 90.Because XY XE and YXB and EXB are rightangles, BN is the perpendicular bisector of YE.11. possible answer: E I

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    OW is the other base. S and H are a pair ofbase angles. O and W are a pair of base angles.SW HO.14. Only one kite is possible because three sides determine a triangle.15.

    16. infinitely many, possible construction:

    17. 80, 80, 100, 10018. Because ABCD is an isosceles trapezoid, A B. AGF BHE by SAA. Thus, AG BHby CPCTC.19. a 80, b 20, c 160, d 20, e 80,f 80, g 110, h 70, m 110,n 100;Possible explanation: Because d forms a linear pairwith e and its congruent adjacent angle,d 2e 180.Substituting d 20 gives 2e 160,so e 80.Using theVerticalAngles Conjecture and d 20, theunlabeled angle in the small right triangle measures20, which means h 70. Because g and h are alinear pair, they are supplementary, so g 110.

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    1. three; one 2. 28 3. 60; 140 4. 655. 23 6. 129; 73; 42 cm7. 35 8. See flowchart below.9. Parallelogram. Draw a diagonal of the originalquadrilateral. The diagonal forms two tri-angles.Each of the two midsegments is parallel to thediagonal, and thus the midsegments are parallel toeach other. Now draw the other diagonal of theoriginal quadrilateral. By the same reasoning, thesecond pair of midsegments is parallel. Therefore,the quadrilateral formed by joining the midpoints isa parallelogram.10. The length of the edge of the top basemeasures 30 m. We know this by the TrapezoidMidsegment Conjecture.11. Ladie drives a stake into the ground to create atriangle for which the trees are the other twovertices. She finds the midpoint from the stake toeach tree. The distance between these midpoints ishalf the distance between the trees.

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  • LESSON 5.5

    1. 34 cm; 27 cm 2. 132; 483. 16 in.; 14 in.4. 63 m 5. 80 6. 63; 787.

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    15. a 135, b 9016. a 120, b 108, c 90, d 42, e 69

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    17. x 104, y 98. The quadrilaterals on theleft and right sides are kites. Nonvertex angles arecongruent. The quadrilateral at the bottom is anisosceles trapezoid. Base angles are congruent, andconsecutive angles between the bases aresupplementary.18. a 84, b 9619. No. The congruent angles and side do notcorrespond.20.

    21. Parallelogram. Because the triangles arecongruent by SAS, 1 2. So, the segments are

    parallel. Use a similar argument to show that theother pair of opposite sides is parallel.

    22. Kite or dart. Radii of the same circle arecongruent. If the circles have equal radii, a rhombusis formed.

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    LESSON 5.6

    1. Sometimes true; it is true only if theparallelogram is a rectangle.

    2. Always true; by the definition of rectangle, allthe angles are congruent. By the Quadrilateral SumConjecture and division, they all measure 90, soany two angles in a rectangle, including consecutiveangles, are supplementary.3. Always true by the Rectangle DiagonalsConjecture.4. Sometimes true; it is true only if the rectangle isa square.

    5. Always true by the Square Diagonals Conjecture.6. Sometimes true; it is true only if the rhombus isequiangular.

    7. Always true; all squares fit the definition ofrectangle.8. Always true; all sides of a square are congruentand form right angles, so the sides become the legsof the isosceles right triangle and the diagonal isthe hypotenuse.9. Always true by the Parallelogram OppositeAngles Conjecture.10. Sometimes true; it is true only if theparallelogram is a rectangle. Consecutive angles ofa parallelogram are always supplementary, but arecongruent only if they are right angles.11. 20 12. 3713. 45, 9014. DIAM is not a rhombus because it is notequilateral and opposite sides are not parallel.15. BOXY is a rectangle because its adjacent sidesare perpendicular.16. Yes. TILE is a rhombus, and a rhombus is aparallelogram.

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    18. Constructions will vary.

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    20. Converse: If the diagonals of a quadrilateralare congruent and bisect each other, then thequadrilateral is a rectangle.Given: Quadrilateral ABCD with diagonals AC BD. AC and BD bisect each otherShow: ABCD is a rectangle

    Because the diagonals are congruent and bisecteach other, AE BE DE EC. Using theVertical Angles Conjecture, AEB CED andBEC DEA. So AEB CED and AED CEB by SAS. Using the Isosceles TriangleConjecture and CPCTC, 1 2 5 6,and 3 4 7 8. Each angle of thequadrilateral is the sum of two angles, one fromeach set, so for example, mDAB m1 m8.By the addition property of equality, m1 m8 m2 m3 m5 m4 m6 m7. So mDAB mABC mBCD mCDA. So the quadrilateral is equiangular. Using1 5 and the Converse of AIA, AB CD.Using 3 7 and the Converse of AIA,BC AD. Therefore ABCD is an equiangularparallelogram, so it is a rectangle.21. If the diagonals are congruent and bisect eachother, then the room is rectangular (converse of theRectangle Diagonals Conjecture).

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  • 22. The platform stays parallel to the floorbecause opposite sides of a rectangle are parallel (a rectangle is a parallelogram).23. The crosswalks form a parallelogram: Thestreets are of different widths, so the crosswalks areof different lengths. The streets would have to meetat right angles for the crosswalks to form a rectangle.The corners would have to be right angles and thestreets would also have to be of the same width forthe crosswalk to form a square.24. Place one side of the ruler along one side ofthe angle. Draw a line with the other side of theruler. Repeat with the other side of the angle. Drawa line from the vertex of the angle to the pointwhere the two lines meet.25. Rotate your ruler so that each endpoint of thesegment barely shows on each side of the ruler.Draw the parallel lines on each side of your ruler.Now rotate your ruler the other way and repeat theprocess to get a rhombus. The original segment isone diagonal of the rhombus. The other diagonalwill be the perpendicular bisector of the originalsegment.26. See f lowchart below.27. Yes, it is true for rectangles.Given: 1 2 3 4Show: ABCD is a rectangle By the Quadrilateral Sum Conjecture, m1 m2 m3 m4 360. It is given that allfour angles are congruent, so each angle measures

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    90. Because 4 and 5 form a linear pair,m4 m5 180. Substitute 90 for m4 andsolve to get m5 90. By definition of congruentangles, 5 3, and 5 and 3 are alternate interior angles, so AD BC by the Converse of theParallel Lines Conjecture. Similarly, 1 and 5 arecongruent corresponding angles, so AB CD by theConverse of the Parallel Lines Conjecture. Thus,ABCD is a parallelogram by the definition ofparallelogram. Because it is an equiangular parallelogram, ABCD is a rectangle.28. a 54, b 36, c 72, d 108, e 36,f 144, g 18, h 48, j 48, k 8429. possible answers: (1, 0); (0, 1); (1, 2); (2, 3)

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    8. Because AR is parallel to ZT, corresponding3 and 2 are congruent. Opposite sides ofparallelogram ZART are congruent so AR TZ.Because the trapezoid is isosceles, AR PT, andsubstituting gives ZT PT making PTZisosceles and 1 and 2 congruent. Bysubstitution, 1 and 3 are congruent.

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    9. See sample flowchart below.10. If the fabric is pulled along the warp or the weft,nothing happens.However, if the fabric is pulledalong the bias, it can be stretched because therectangles are pulled into parallelograms.11. 30 angles in 4-pointed star, 30 angles in 6-pointed star; yes12. He should measure the alternate interiorangles to see whether theyre congruent.If they are,the edges are parallel.13. ES: y 2x 3; QI: y 12x 214. (12, 7)

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    CHAPTER 5 REVIEW

    1. 360 divided by the number of sides 2. Sample answers: Using an interior angle, set theinterior angle measure formula equal to the angleand solve for n. Using an exterior angle, divide into360. Or find the interior angle measure and gofrom there.3. Trace both sides of the ruler as shown at right.

    4. Make a rhombus using the double-edgedstraightedge, and draw a diagonal connecting theangle vertex to the opposite vertex.

    5. Sample answer: Measure the diagonals withstring to see if they are congruent and bisect eachother.6. Sample answer: Draw a third point and connectit with each of the two points to form two sides of atriangle. Find the midpoints of the two sides andconnect them to construct the midsegment. The

    distance between the two points is twice the lengthof the midsegment.7. x 10, y 40 8. x 60 cm9. a 116, c 64 10. 10011. x 38 cm12. y 34 cm, z 51 cm13. See table below.14. a 72, b 10815. a 120, b 60, c 60, d 120, e 60,f 30, g 108, m 24, p 84; Possible explanation: Because c 60, the angle that formsa linear pair with e and its congruent adjacentangle measures 60. So 60 2e 180, and e 60. The triangle containing f has a 60 angle.The other angle is a right angle because it forms alinear pair with a right angle. So f 30 by theTriangle Sum Conjecture. Because g is an interiorangle in an equiangular pentagon, divide 540 by 5to get g 108.16. 15 stones17. (1, 0)18. When the swing is motionless, the seat, the barat the top, and the chains form a rectangle. Whenyou swing left to right, the rectangle changes to aparallelogram. The opposite sides stay equal inlength, so they stay parallel. The seat and the bar at the top are also parallel to the ground.19. a = 60, b = 120

    IsoscelesKite trapezoid Parallelogram Rhombus Rectangle Square

    Opposite sidesare parallel No No Yes Yes Yes Yes

    Opposite sides are congruent No No Yes Yes Yes Yes

    Opposite anglesare congruent No No Yes Yes Yes Yes

    Diagonals bisecteach other No No Yes Yes Yes Yes

    Diagonals are perpendicular Yes No No Yes No Yes

    Diagonals are congruent No Yes No No Yes Yes

    Exactly one lineYesof symmetry Yes No No No No

    Exactly two linesof symmetry No No No Yes Yes No

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