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

1. a. 1 2/5 d. 7 2/5 b. 1 1/4 e. 1/4 c. 7 1/5

2.

Computation – Integers – RIT 231 – 240

–278 + 36 =
 a. –242 d. 238 b. 242 e. –314 c. 314

3.

–8 + 4 + (-2) + 3 =
 a. –17 d. 15 b. –4 e. 3 c. –3

4.

(-8) (-4) =
 a. –36 d. –32 b. 32 e. 4 c. 12

5.

Divide the two integers.
-1800  (-60) =
 a. –30 d. –36 b. 36 e. 300 c. 30

6.

Computation – Percents – RIT 231 – 240

30 is what % of 15?
 a. 1/2 d. 20% b. 50% e. 2% c. 200%

7.

40 is 50% of what number?
 a. 20 d. 200 b. 1/2 e. 80 c. 100

8.

Computation – Whole Numbers – RIT 231 – 240

756 8 =
 a. 94 d. 100 R7 b. 94 R2 e. 94 R4 c. 92

9.

Divide using a calculator.
1,468,560  by   422 =
 a. 4,000 d. 3,580 b. 4,250 e. 4,260 c. 3,480

10.

Geometry – Congruency and Similarity – RIT 221 – 230 Which congruency statement is written correctly?
 a. .ABC . EDF d. .ABC . .DEF b. .ABC . RST e. .STR . .DFE c. .DEF . .STR

11.

Geometry – Properties & Terminology – RIT 221 – 230 Which of the following is a diameter of the circle?
 a. d. b. e. c. 12.  a. 45 d. 115 b. 135 e. 90 c. 180

13.

Which pair of angles is supplementary? a. d. b. e. c. 14.

Which pair of angles are vertical angles? a. d. b. e. c. 15.

Geometry – Shapes and Figures – RIT 221 – 230

Which of the following has a rectangular base and four triangular faces?
 a. cube d. rectangular pyramid b. rectangular prism e. triangular pyramid c. triangular prism

16.

Which type of polygon has exactly one pair of opposite sides parallel?
 a. triangle d. parallelogram b. square e. rhombus c. trapezoid

17.

Geometry – Properties and Terminology – RIT 231 – 240 a. equilateral d. obtuse b. isosceles e. right c. scalene

18.

Name a polygon with seven sides.
 a. quadrilateral d. octagon b. hexagon e. heptagon c. pentagon

19.

Which is an example of a regular polygon?
 a. b. c. d. e. 20.

Geometry – Symmetry and Transformations – RIT 231 – 240 Which of the following represents a dilation of .ABC?
 a. d. b. e. c. 