Students will be able to demonstrate what they know and understand from the year on this true/false and multiple choice part of their final exam.

By taking the true/false and multiple choice portion of the midterm, students will show what they know about a year's worth of geometry ideas.

90 minutes

In the second part of the final exam, which is true/false and multiple choice, students work through 50 problems that assess their understanding of geometry concepts taught throughout the entire year. Here is the breakdown of problems per unit:

- Foundational Geometry: 5 problems
- Angle Relationships: 3 problems
- Triangle Properties: 2 problems
- Polygon Properties: 5 problems
- Circle Properties: 6 problems
- Transformations: 3 problems
- Measurement and Dimension: 8 problems
- Pythagorean Theorem, Pythagorean Triples, Special Right Triangles: 8 problems
- Coordinate Geometry (Distance Formula, Midpoint Formula): 3 problems
- Similar Triangles and Trigonometry: 7 problems

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