Unit 3 Test Review 6R

1. Using a ruler and a protractor. Draw angles of a given measurement. Include arcs with the measurement in degrees, and arrows on the rays.

2. Find the size of a missing angle in a triangle, and a quadrilateral, using
the information given. Show your work.

The sum of the angles of a triangle equal 180̊. The sum of
the angles of a quadrilateral equal 360̊, in a
parallelogram the corresponding angles equal 180̊ and opposite angles are
congruent.

3. Determine the measure of third angle of a triangle from the information
given and draw the triangle. Show
your work.

The sum of the angles of a triangle equal 180̊.

4. Given the size of one angle of a rhombus be able to sketch it and explain
how you found the missing angle sizes using the properties of a the rhombus.

The sum of the angles of a quadrilateral
equal 360̊, the corresponding angles equal 180̊ and opposite angles are
congruent.

5. Draw the various cross-sections of a cylinder, square based pyramid and equilateral triangular prism as given.

6. Draw and label an acute angle, obtuse angle, and reflex angle. Use
arcs, arrows, label as acute, obtuse, or reflex

an acute angle is between 0º and 90º,
an obtuse angle is between 90º and 180º,
a reflex angle is between 180º and 360º

7. Orthographic drawing. Given a 3D drawing of an object, draw the mat plan with labels and numbers, and two other views of the object with labels.

8. Give the number of planes of symmetry in a cube, equilateral triangular prism, and square pyramid.