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


1.

What is the perimeter
of the rhombus GHIJ shown in the diagram?
(Figure may
not be drawn to scale.)
   
a.  30 cm  c.  52 cm  b.  60 cm  d.  68 cm 


2.

Given the circle centered at point A
shown in the diagram has a circumference of 37.7 cm, determine the most appropriate
length of the radius AB.
(Figure
may not be drawn to scale.)
   
a.  6.0 cm  c.  12.0 cm  b.  6.14 cm  d.  59.2 cm 


3.

Given the suggested measures in the
diagram of the circle centered at point A, determine the circumference of the
circle.
(Figure may not be drawn to
scale.)
   


4.

Consider the following measures
shown in the diagram with the circle centered at Point A.
Determine the approximate arc length
of .
(i.e.
Find the length of the arc intercepted by a central angle of 110° and a radius of 4
inches.)
 (Figure may not be drawn to
scale.)   
a.  6.72 in.  c.  15.36 in.  b.  7.68 in.  d.  12.57 in. 


5.

Consider the following measures
shown in the diagram with the circle centered at Point A.
The radius is 3 cm and the
central angle .
Determine the approximate major arc
length of .
 (Figure
may not be drawn to scale.)   
a.  2.20 cm  c.  15.88 cm  b.  8.33 cm  d.  16.65 cm 


6.

Consider the following measures
shown in the diagram with the circle centered at Point A.
AC = 8 inches
Determine the approximate arc length of .
 (Figure may not be drawn to scale.)   
a.  50.27 in.  c.  18.61 in.  b.  39.10 in.  d.  19.55 in. 


7.

Consider the following measures
shown in the diagram with the circle centered at Point G.
The radius is 8 inches and the
inscribed angle .
Determine the minor arc length of
.
 (Figure may not be drawn to
scale.)   


8.

Determine the
perimeter of the polygon shown.
You may
assume that any 2 consecutive sides of the polygon are perpendicular.
(Figure
may not be drawn to scale.)
   
a.  18 cm  c.  26 cm  b.  22 cm  d.  28 cm 


9.

Determine the approximate
perimeter of the convex figure shown.
 (Figure may not be drawn to scale.)
You may assume that the figure includes two sectors of circles (one centered
at point A and the other at point C) each with a radius of 5 cm.   
a.  28.2 cm  c.  32.1 cm  b.  30.2 cm  d.  38.2 cm 


10.

An equilateral triangle and a square
both have the same perimeter.
If each side of the equilateral triangle is 6 cm in length then
what is the length of one side of the square?
 (Figures
may not be drawn to scale.)   
