anonymous
  • anonymous
The figure below shows a partially completed construction of an acute scalene triangle. Points P and Q represent two vertices of the triangle. Where should the point for the third vertex lie? The figure below shows a partially completed construction of an acute scalene triangle. Points P and Q represent two vertices of the triangle. Where should the point for the third vertex lie? @Mathematics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
between Q and L and on the arc between Q and M and on the arc between O and L and beyond the arc between O and M and beyond the arc
sandra
  • sandra
hmm, ok so scaline means no equal sides, no equal angles.

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sandra
  • sandra
acute means all angles are less than 90 degrees
sandra
  • sandra
so if it's between Q and L on the arc, then the angle made by the center vertex will be way over 90 degrees, so it can't be that one
sandra
  • sandra
I think if it's between O and L and beyond the arc (namely, beyond the arc but well before P
sandra
  • sandra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i'm confused . . . ? so which one would it be ?
sandra
  • sandra
the third choice I think - it's the only one that allows all of the angles to be small once you connect the vertices (less than 90 degrees)
sandra
  • sandra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
oh . thank you :D

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