Triangle Vocabulary
Angle Measures
Isosceles Triangles
Special Segments
Wild Card
100
What kind of triangle has zero congruent angles?
Scalene
100
What is the value of x?
x = 85
100
What is the value of y?
y = 36
100
What is the value of x?
x = 3
100
Which type of special segment of a triangle does not have a point of concurrency?
Midsegment
200
What are the congruent sides of an isosceles triangle called?
Legs
200
Find the value of x.
x = 9
200
What is the value of x?
x = 12
200
What is the value of z?
z = 18
200
Where is the centroid of an obtuse triangle located?
Inside the triangle
300
What is the name of the point of concurrency for altitudes?
Orthocenter
300
What is the value of x?
x = 27
300
What is the perimeter of the triangle?
Perimeter = 330
300
Find PR.
PR = 55
300
When is an orthocenter located on the triangle?
When the triangle is right.
400
When can the centroid of a triangle be located outside of the triangle?
Never
400
What is the value of n?
n = 68
400
What is the value of x?
x = 30
400
If point T is a centroid, and NR = 51, find NT.
NT = 34
400
Any point on a/an ________________ is equidistant from the sides of the angle.
Angle bisector
500
What are the two types of special segments of triangles that could possibly be concurrent outside of the triangle?
Altitudes and Perpendicular Bisectors
500
What is the value of x?
x = 22
500
The vertex angle of isosceles ∆DEF is ∠D. If m∠E = 8x – 2, and m∠F = 10x – 8, what is m∠D?
m∠D = 136˚
500
Point L is an incenter. Find NC.
NC = 15
500
What point is located 2/3 of the distance from the vertex of a triangle to the midpoint of the opposite side?
Centroid
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