anonymous
  • anonymous
A simple Geometry question? (wait a second, need to draw picture)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1332387256450:dw| My question says, "GX = _________?" is the answer OX? Thanks
MSMR
  • MSMR
is that a parallelogram?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not stated.

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MSMR
  • MSMR
Do you know anything about the angles?
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's all given to you. I was gone during the lesson, so it probably IS, yes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A parallelogram, I mean
MSMR
  • MSMR
Well, the diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other, meaning that OX = XS, and GX = XD. If it's not a parallelogram, then I'm not sure how to solve it, sorry!
KingGeorge
  • KingGeorge
If it's not a parallelogram, we can't say anything about GX. If it is a parallelogram, then GX=DX.
anonymous
  • anonymous
#MSMR I'm 99% sure it is, so let's assume yes. Can you give a similar problem now? thanks.
MSMR
  • MSMR
A similar problem?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes... I don't understand the confusion.....
anonymous
  • anonymous
@amistre64 a langrange multipier problem !!
MSMR
  • MSMR
Now I'm a little confused :) Do you want me to give you another example problem?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
MSMR
  • MSMR
Okay gotcha. |dw:1332387829010:dw|
MSMR
  • MSMR
What's AX? DX?
anonymous
  • anonymous
AX=XC XD=XB
MSMR
  • MSMR
So if XB = 5 and XC = 6, then AX = __ and XD = ___
anonymous
  • anonymous
That question is in no way similar to what I've asked......
MSMR
  • MSMR
Well it kind of is. You know that AX = XC, so if XC = 6 then AX also = 6, right? Similarly, XD = XB and XB = 5, so XD also = 5. I was just giving you one with numbers in it - it's the exact same concept.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Too different. Anyways, another question is If mofangleDOG is 13x-7 and the measure of DSG is 9x+29 what is the measure of DOG? We'd just make these two equal, fill in the exponent and then... VIOLA. Right?
MSMR
  • MSMR
yep.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, so if the measure of angle 1 is 48, measure of angle 2 is 64 and the measure of 3 is 38. Then find 4 and 5. I don't know how to do this one. I'm gonna guess something about adding them all together to 180 and then dividing it between them.
MSMR
  • MSMR
adjacent angles in a parallelogram sum to 180, meaning that angle 1 + angle 2 + angle 3 + angle 4 = 180. Also, <2 = < 5 because they are alternate interior angles formed by a transversal connecting 2 parallel lines.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay. Now time to do some thinking.
MSMR
  • MSMR
good luck!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wait one question. It's two triangles together, so it should equal 360, right?
MSMR
  • MSMR
What is 2 triangles?
anonymous
  • anonymous
You mean what ARE two triangles? Ol.o
anonymous
  • anonymous
A triangle is three angles that add up to 180.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Two triangles would be... two of those..
MSMR
  • MSMR
No I know that, I was wondering which triangles you were referring to in the diagram.
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1332389062752:dw| If 1=48, 2=64, 3=38 what's 4 and 5? I don't know what my question is, maybe I'll just do it for a minute.
anonymous
  • anonymous
4 is 74
anonymous
  • anonymous
No clue what 5 is...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello?

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