Geometry - Formal Geometric Constructions Multiple Choice Test
This product includes:
-20 Question Multiple Choice Test (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
This test includes questions over the following constructions:
-Perpendicular bisector of a line segment
-Copy an angle
-Bisect an angle
-Perpendicular to a line at a point on the line
-Perpendicular to a line from an external point
-Parallel to a line through a point (angle copy method)
-Hexagon inscribed in a circle
-Incenter of a triangle
-Circumcenter of a triangle
-Centroid of a triangle
-Orthocenter of a triangle
-Incircle (inscribed circle) of a triangle
-Circumcircle (circumscribed circle) of a triangle
-Finding the center of a circle
-Tangent to a circle through an external point
-Tangent to a circle through a point on the circle
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