ashleylynn Group Title What plane contains points E, F, and H? one year ago one year ago

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2. Transfiguration Group Title

Pretty sure it's the second one. E F H are on the bottom of the figure.

3. ashleylynn Group Title

That's what I thought I just had to make sure.

4. Transfiguration Group Title

yeah cool cool I tihnk that too

5. ashleylynn Group Title

Supplementary angles are two angles whose measures have a sum of ____. Complementary angles are two angles whose measures have a sum of ____. 90;45 180;360 180;90 90;180

6. Transfiguration Group Title

#3 think of supplementary as 180 because the s is kind of like an 8

7. ashleylynn Group Title

Ohkay so I am guessing that your really good in math?

8. Transfiguration Group Title

I'm an engineering major, I'm alright at it.

9. ashleylynn Group Title

Use the figure below to name an angle vertical to angle_DGE.

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@Transfiguration

11. Unknown11 Group Title

It's JGI.

12. ashleylynn Group Title

Two angles whose sides are opposite rays are called ____ angles. Two coplanar angles with a common side, a common vertex, and no common interior points are called ____ angles. adjacent; vertical adjacent; complementary vertical; adjacent vertical; supplementary

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14. Transfiguration Group Title

oh sorry hold on

15. Transfiguration Group Title

Yhea i tihnk it's JGI like unknown11 said

16. ashleylynn Group Title

When constructing a congruent line segment to segment CD, the ray needed for the construction must be shorter than segment CD. True False

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@Unknown11 @Transfiguration

18. Transfiguration Group Title

I dont know. I think yes because you can't go over the segment