Second term

Angles formed by transversal

exponents

Radicals

Difficult ones

100

The weight of CLASSWORK and HOMEWORK category for the second TERM

What is 30%

100

Two angles that share the vertex and add up to 180º

Supplementary angles

100

The product of m-square and m-cube

What is m-to the fifth power

100

Square root of 25 m-to the fourth power

What is 5m-square

100

The value of -1 raised to the power of -1/3

-1

200

The weight of the FiNAL EXAM category for the second TERM

What is 30%

200

Two angles that share the vertex and are congruent angles

What is vertical angles

200

The cube of p-square

What is p-to the sixth power.

200

Cubic root of -125

What is -5

200

-2 raised to the power of -2, raised to the power of 1/2

What is one half

300

The weight of "TESTS AND QUIZZES" Category for the second term

What is 20%

300

Two supplementary angles that are inside the space created by two parallel lines and are placed to the same side of the transversal

What are Same-side interior angles

300

5p-square raised to the fourth power

625 p-to the eighth power

300

The simplest form of the cubic root of 64m-to the 12th power

4 m-to the 4th power

300

The measure of the vertical angle of an angle that is supplementary to a 125º angle

What is 55º

400

The weight of "CONDUCT" category for the second term

What is 5%

400

Two congruent angles placed outside of the space created by two parallel lines and to opposite sides of the transversal

What are alternate exterior angles

400

2-to the power of -1

What is one half

400

The simplest form of the product of square root of 2 and square root of 6

What is 2 square root of 3

400

The vertex point of angle MNP

What is N

500

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C O U C H O N N A L

500

Two congruent angles that are occupying the same place but in two different parallel lines

What are correspondig angles

500

-8 raised to the power of one third

What is -2

500

The value of any rationalizing fraction

What is 1

500

The measure of the supplement of an angle formed by two perpendicular lines.

What is 90º

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