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BagelsAreIcelandic

  • 2 years ago

Some Geometry help, please?

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  1. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    Would anyone like to help me in Geometry? :)

  2. catsrule332
    • 2 years ago
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    I'll try, shoot

  3. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    Okay, I'll draw a picture right now.

  4. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    |dw:1332383805942:dw| What is GDO equal to? Please explain the process, thank you. :)

  5. catsrule332
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    Assuming it's a parallelogram: Square must equal 360degrees total. Each side gets 90 degrees because they are all equal? 90/2=45. So GDO (triangle) would equal 135degrees. That's my thinking.. Lol took geometry a long time ago

  6. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    Oh, no no no. Ha ha you misunderstood. XD It's asking what letters are GDO equal to.

  7. catsrule332
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    DGS

  8. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    Can you explain WHY? Thanks

  9. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    I don't understand your question. It's not necessary, Cat was able to figure it out without having that information.

  10. catsrule332
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    What you're looking for is the same angle as D. So:|dw:1332384522936:dw|

  11. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    Ok, do you think you could give me an example problem? Thanks

  12. catsrule332
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    |dw:1332384726348:dw| In figure 1: you can see that both sides are equal = 90 degrees. in figure 2 I've shown that all four sides equal 90. a total of 360 degrees. the same angles are marked off. in fig 3: i've shown that those angles are the same also. 45 degrees. half of 90. make sense??

  13. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    Cat, I appreciate your effort, but you're REALLY misunderstanding me.

  14. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    I'll have to make myself more lucid: I'm NOT working on degrees. The image I gave you was asking what GDO is equal to, you said DGS, I assume this is correct. When I asked for an example problem, I wanted one similar to this. I apologize for my not making myself clear.

  15. catsrule332
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    Sorry for misunderstanding. I guess all I can say is look at the alternate interior angles. It does have to do with the angles. Or:|dw:1332385432602:dw| Don't know what else to say? Hopefully you kind understand! Sorry I couldn't be more helpful

  16. BagelsAreIcelandic
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    You still have not given me an example problem. I feel I understand the concept, but I was to be tested....

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