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


1.

Based on the measures provided in
the diagram, determine the measure of .
(You may
assume that point A is the center of the circle.)
 (Figure may not be drawn to scale.)   


2.

Based on the measures provided in
the diagram, determine the measure of .
(You may
assume that point A is the center of the circle.)
 (Figure
may not be drawn to scale.)   


3.

Based on the measures provided in
the diagram, determine the measure of .
(You may
assume that point A is the center of the circle.)  (Figure
may not be drawn to scale.)   


4.

Based on the measures provided in
the diagram, determine the measure of .
(You may
assume that point A is the center of the circle.)  (Figure
may not be drawn to scale.)   


5.

Based on the measures provided in
the diagram, determine the measure of .
(You may
assume that point A is the center of the circle.)  (Figure
may not be drawn to scale.)   


6.

Based on the measures provided in
the diagram, determine the measure of the angle .
(You may assume that point A is the center of the circle.)  (Figure may not be drawn to scale.)   


7.

Based on the measures provided in
the diagram, determine the most appropriate value for x.
(You may assume that point A is the center of the circle.)    


8.

Based on the measures provided in
the diagram, determine the most appropriate value for x.
(You may assume that point A is the center of the circle.)    
