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


1.

Computation – Integers – RIT 251
– 260 Solve for x: 5 (x – 2) = 2x – (6 – x)


2.

Evaluate: 3 [6  2 (7 
3^{2})^{2}]


3.

Geometry – Congruency and Similarity
– RIT 251 – 260
Two ladders are leaning against a
building as shown in the diagram. Find the missing length.
a.  15  d.  10  b.  18/5  e.  10/3  c.  54/5 


4.

Geometry – Properties and Terminology
– RIT 251 – 260
Identify the line with the positive
slope.


5.

Identify which answer represents a plane in the above
figure.
a.  AB  d.  ED  b.  ABCG  e.  FHCD  c.  AFGD 


6.

Identify the midpoint of line segment BH.


7.

In which of the following diagrams does segment AB represent a perpendicular
bisector?


8.

Which property of a parallelogram applies only to the rhombus?
a.  Diagonals bisect each other.  d.  Consecutive angles are
supplementary.  b.  Opposite angles are
congruent.  e.  Diagonals
are perpendicular to each other  c.  Consecutive sides are
congruent. 


9.

Geometry – Symmetry and Transformations
– RIT 251 – 260
The result of reflecting the letters LS
about the given line is:


10.

Measurement – Angle Identification and
Measure – RIT 251 – 260 Which of the following lengths of segments could be
used to form a triangle?
a.  5, 6, 12  d.  6, 10, 16  b.  5, 6, 11  e.  6, 10, 20  c.  5, 6,
10 


11.

Measurement – Area, Perimeter,
Circumference – RIT 251 – 260 A circle is inscribed in a square. The
points of tangency are (2,7), (2,3), (6,7), and (2,11). Find the area of the circle.
a.  50.27  d.  153.94  b.  201.06  e.  113.10  c.  12.57 


12.

Measurement – Length, Weight, Volume
– RIT 251 – 260 Find the volume of a cone with a radius of 5” and
a height of 12”.


13.

Number Sense and Numeration – Exponents
– RIT 251 – 260
Solve:
a.  –64  d.  –16  b.  0.64  e.  16  c.  1/64 


14.

Problem Solving – RIT 251 –
260Given a square of side 1.5 enclosed in a larger square as
shown in the diagram. Find the ratio of the side of the larger square to its area.


15.

A geometric sequence starts with the terms 2, 6, 18, … What is
the eighth term of this sequence?
a.  4,374  d.  –13,122  b.  –4,374  e.  1,458  c.  –1,458 


16.

a.  11/16  d.  5/2  b.  3/4  e.  2/5  c.  4/3 


17.

The lengths of the sides of a quadrilateral are consecutive even
integers. Twice the length of the shortest side plus the length of the longest side is
248 inches. Find the length of the longest side.
a.  84 inches  d.  86 inches  b.  82 inches  e.  88 inches  c.  80
inches 


18.

At the beginning of your trip you had a number of quarters. On your first
stop, you spent half of them. On your second stop, you spent one third of the remaining
quarters. On your third stop, you spent 4 quarters, and on your last stop, you spent half of the
remaining quarters and then lost 2 more. You have 3 quarters left. How many quarters did you start
with?


19.

To find the volume of a cone you must use:


20.



21.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing –
Graphing – RIT 251 – 260 Given two points on a line, find the linear
equation for that line. (1,2) (2,5)


22.

Calculate the area of figure ABCD formed by the vertices A(5,3),
B(1,3), C(4,1), D(2,1).
a.  18 square units  d.  20 square units  b.  30 square units  e.  24 square units  c.  12 square
units 


23.

The figure in the diagram is rotated 180. What is the new
coordinate for point (x,y)?
a.  (x,y)  d.  (y,x)  b.  (x,y)  e.  (y,x)  c.  (x,y) 


24.

a.  x = 0  d.  y = x  b.  y = x  e.  line n  c.  y =
0 


25.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing –
Probability and Prediction – RIT 251 –260
A fair die is rolled 36
times. How many times should the number 4 be expected to come up?
