Geometry Regents - June 2009

High School Math based on the topics required for the Regents Exam conducted by NYSED.

 

 

June 2009 Regents Exam

Geometry - June 2009 Regents - Q #33

A disjunction is formed by combining two statements with the word “or”
A disjunction is true when either or both the statements are true.

Given the disjunction: Two is an even integer or three is an even integer.
The statement “Two is an even integer” is true
The statement “three is an even integer” is false
The disjunction is true since one of its statement is true.

 

 

Geometry - June 2009 Regents - Q #34
Similar triangles

 

 

Geometry - June 2009 Regents - Q #35
Tangents and circle theorems

 

 

Geometry - June 2009 Regents - Q #36
Distance formula to find perimeter of a triangle

 

Geometry - June 2009 Regents - Q #37
Transformation

 

 

 

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