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ashleylynn

  • 2 years ago

What are the measures of angle_EBG and angle_EBC? Classify each angle as acute, right, obtuse, or straight.

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  1. ashleylynn
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  2. ashleylynn
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    @psi9epsilon or @TheMind you guys wre the most help on teaching me.

  3. Brybro
    • 2 years ago
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    EBC = 105 degrees EBG = 50 degress You tell me if they are acute, obtuse, or right angles.

  4. ashleylynn
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    Are you sure those are the right degrees cause I don't know how to tell if they are or not how did you figure that out?

  5. ashleylynn
    • 2 years ago
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    Because if you look at the attachment that I posted above none of the answer's say 50 degrees they all range between 45-55 but the 100 is correct

  6. Brybro
    • 2 years ago
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    My bad. EBG = 45 degrees. You can find that out by looking at line E which is at the 100 mark. Then line G is at the 55 mark. Just subtract 100 with 55 and you get 45.

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    Thank you !!! I have one more if you don't mind?(:

  8. Brybro
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    Sure. I will see what I can do. Just tag me in the question.

  9. ashleylynn
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    If mangle_AOC= 85°, mangle_BOC = 2x + 10, and mangle_AOB = 4x – 15, find the degree measure of angle_BOCand angle_AOB. The diagram is not to scale.

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    @Brybro

  11. Brybro
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    For this you just add the angles of AOB and BOC together. 4x -15 + 2x + 10 = 85 Try to finish it.

  12. ashleylynn
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    I got x=15?

  13. Brybro
    • 2 years ago
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    Yep. Very good. Now take the two separate equations and plug 15 into x.

  14. ashleylynn
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    for BOC= 40 degrees and for AOB=45 degrees is what I got?

  15. Brybro
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    Your correct. Nice job.

  16. ashleylynn
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    Thank you !!

  17. Brybro
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    No problem. Any time

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