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Test Topics
Here the stuff that will be covered on the Chapter 2 test...
Definitions
 Everything defined in Chapter 1
 Perpendicular lines (rays, segment)
 Complementary angles
 Supplementary angles
 Opposite rays
 Vertical angles
Theorems
 If two angles are right angles, then they are congruent (Right Angle Theorem)
 If two angle are straight angles, then they are congruent (Straight Angle Theorem)
 If a conditional statement is true, then its contrapositive is also true (you don't need to be able to prove this!!)
 If angles are supplementary to the same angle, then they are congruent
 If angles are supplementary to congruent angles, then they are congruent
 If angles are complementary to the same angle, then they are congruent
 If angles are complementary to congruent angles, then they are congruent
 If the same segment is added to two congruent segments, then the sums are congruent (Addition Property of Congruent Segments  Version 1)
 If the same angle is added to two congruent angles, then the sums are congruent (Addition Property of Congruent Angles  Version 1)
 If congruent segments are added to congruent segments, then the sums are congruent (Addition Property of Congruent Segments  Version 2)
 If congruent angles are added to congruent angles, then the sums are congruent (Addition Property of Congruent Angles  Version 2)
 If a segment (or angle) is subtracted from congruent segments (or angles), then the differences are congruent (Subtraction Property of Congruent Segments (or Angles)  Version 1)
 If congruent segments (or angles) are subtracted from congruent segments (or angles), then the differences are congruent (Subtraction Property of Congruent Segments (or Angles)  Version 2)
 If segments (or angles) are congruent, then their like multiples are congruent (Multiplication Property of Congrent Segments (or Angles))
 If segments (or angles) are congruent, then their like divisions are congruent (Division Property of Congruent Segments (or Angles))
 If angles (or segments) are congruent to the same angle (or segment), then they are congruent to each other (Transitive Property of Congruent Angles (or Segments)  Version 1)
 If angles (or segments) are congruent to congruent angles (or segments), then they are congruent to each other (Transitive Property of Congruent Angles (or Segments)  Version 2)
 Vertical angles are congruent (Vertical Angle Theorem)
Constructions
 Chapter 1 Constructions
 Perpendicular to a line from a point not on the line
 Perpendicular to a line from a point on the line
Types of problems
 True / False / Matching
 Complement / supplement
 Simultaneous equations
 Proofs
