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ashleylynn

  • 2 years ago

1. What is the length of segment_AD?

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  1. ashleylynn
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  2. psi9epsilon
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    15

  3. ashleylynn
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    can u explain why 15? cause i dont understand on how to figure this out

  4. psi9epsilon
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    8-(-7)

  5. psi9epsilon
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    A IS AT -7 AND D IS AT +8, we want distance AD = 8-(-7)

  6. ashleylynn
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    ohkay thanks there's a couple of these that i have to do and i suck at math it makes me panic hahaha

  7. TheMind
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    |dw:1347309522105:dw|

  8. ashleylynn
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    If EF = 6 and EG = 21, find the value of FG. The drawing is not to scale.

  9. ashleylynn
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  10. TheMind
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    to find the distance, always take the absolute value

  11. ashleylynn
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    which is ?

  12. psi9epsilon
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    eg= ef+ fg should help you out : )

  13. ashleylynn
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    so 15?(:

  14. TheMind
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    yes

  15. ashleylynn
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    What segment is congruent to segment_AC?

  16. psi9epsilon
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    first find AC = 6, units similarly find be = 4-(-2), since they are equal that should give you the answer

  17. ashleylynn
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    so the anwer is BE

  18. psi9epsilon
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    aha

  19. psi9epsilon
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    i am not allowed to give you correct answers

  20. psi9epsilon
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    explained the method

  21. ashleylynn
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    ohkayyy fair enoughhh

  22. ashleylynn
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    If Z is the midpoint of segment_RT, what are x, RZ, and RT?

  23. ashleylynn
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  24. psi9epsilon
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    midpoint divides segment in two equal parts i.e RZ=ZT so 4x-28=24

  25. psi9epsilon
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    sovle for x

  26. psi9epsilon
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    does that give you answers

  27. ashleylynn
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    I had to restart my computer it froze and I am doing it right now. (:

  28. ashleylynn
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    ohkay i got X

  29. ashleylynn
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    @psi9epsilon

  30. psi9epsilon
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    so what is value of X you may have obtained ?

  31. ashleylynn
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    x=13

  32. psi9epsilon
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    great , now use that value of x in the equation 4x-28 to obtain the values

  33. ashleylynn
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    I got -27?

  34. psi9epsilon
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    nope, it should be 4*13-28

  35. ashleylynn
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    Opps I see that I did wrong, Now I got 24.

  36. psi9epsilon
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    should be correct

  37. ashleylynn
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    Ohkay so is that for RZ? or RT?

  38. ashleylynn
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    ?

  39. psi9epsilon
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    rz=zt, value of 24 = rz, and rt= rz+zt

  40. ashleylynn
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    Wait I am lost how do I get the value of ZT?

  41. ashleylynn
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    Just kiddding I got it it's 28.

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