Chapter 2 Review
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Chapter 2
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Solutions 19 Videos

Find the midpoint of each segment.

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Q1a

Find the midpoint of each segment.

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Q1b

Determine the midpoint of the line segment with endpoints P(—5, —8) and Q(3, 2).

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Q2a

Determine the midpoint of the line segment with endpoints X(—4, 3) and Y(7, —8).

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Q2b

a) Draw the triangle with vertices D(—3, 4), EU, —2), and F(5, 5).

b) Draw the median from vertex D. Then, find an equation in the form y = mx + b for this median.

c) Draw the right bisector of DF. Then find the equation in the form y = mx + b for this right bisector.

d) Draw the altitude from vertex F. Then, find an equation in the form y = mx + b for this altitude.

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Q3

Find the length of each line segment.

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Q4a

Find the length of each line segment.

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Q4b

Determine the length of the line segment defined by each pair of points. Round answers to the nearest tenth of a unit.

A (-3,5) and B(4,2)

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Q5a

Determine the length of the line segment defined by each pair of points. Round answers to the nearest tenth of a unit.

M(-2,6) and Q(7,-3)

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Q5b

a) Determine the length of the median from vertex X of \triangle XYZ. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a unit.

b) Show that \triangle XYZ is isosceles.

c) Determine the perimeter of the triangle. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a unit.

d) Describe how to use geometry software to answer part c).

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Q6

a) Show algebraically that this triangle is a right triangle.

b) Find the midpoint of the hypotenuse.

c) Show that this midpoint is equidistant from each of the vertices.

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Q7

A section of a ski jump on a ski hill is shown as a straight line running from C(20, 35) to D(70, 85) on a map grid.

a) How long is the section of the ski jump if each unit on the map grid represents 1 m?

b) Is the point E(40, 55) on the ski jump? Explain your reasoning.

c) Is the point F(50, 35) on the ski jump? Explain your reasoning.

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Q8

Determine an equation of each circle.

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Q9a

Determine an equation of each circle.

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Q9b

Determine an equation of each circle.

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Q9c

Find the equation for the circle that is centered on the origin and

a) has a radius of 5.2

b) has a radius of sqrt{18}

c) has a diameter of 20

d) passes through the point (-2,3)

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Q10abc

Find the equation for the circle that is centered on the origin and passes through the point (-2,3)

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Q10d

a) Show that the line segment joining M(—4, —1) and N(4, 1) is a chord of the circle defined by x^2 + y^2 = 17.

b) Determine an equation of the right bisector of the chord MN.

c) Show that the line in part b) passes through the centre of the circle.

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Q11

a) Determine whether the point D(—2, 5) lies on the circle defined by x^2 + y^2 = 29.

b) Find an equation for the radius from the origin O to point D.

c) Find an equation for the line that passes through D and is perpendicular to OD.

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Q12