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GEO HELP PLEASE This is the only question I do not know. Find the values of x, y, and z. The diagram is not to scale. https://www.connexus.com/content/media/451160-12172010-104020-AM-1393023501.png

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  1. Aperogalics
    • 3 years ago
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    @Flich it need login:(

  2. Flich
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    Aw man let me try and find one.

  3. Flich
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  4. Flich
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    there.

  5. Aperogalics
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    |dw:1352729458794:dw| OK @Flich first find x sum of all angles of a triangle is 180 so m<1+m<2+x=180 x=180-36-63 =180-99 =81:)

  6. Flich
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    Thanks a ton man and thanks for explaining too now I know how to do stuff like this in the future.

  7. ajprincess
    • 3 years ago
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    Sum of interior angles of a triangle=180 63+36+x=180 using this u can find x. x and z are supplementary angles x+z=180 from this z can be found. 13+z+y=180 from this y can be found.

  8. Aperogalics
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    now angle z sum of all angles on a straight line is 180 so z+m<3=180 z=180-81=99:)

  9. Flich
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    Alrighty :)

  10. Flich
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    Any chance I can ask one more Apegogalics. Not understanding this one either.

  11. Flich
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    Given , explain how to construct a square with sides of length AB. (4 points)

  12. Aperogalics
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    again for y sum of all angles of triangle is 180 so 13+81+y=180 y=180-13-99=68:)

  13. Flich
    • 3 years ago
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    *Given AB has a line over it.

  14. Aperogalics
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    @Flich sry i just don't see ur post:)

  15. Flich
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    Okay here it is.

  16. Flich
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    Given ab (AB HAS A LINE OVER IT) , explain how to construct a square with sides of length AB. (4 points)

  17. Flich
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    Thats all it gives and I do not understand. I am terrible at Geo.

  18. Aperogalics
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    @Flich draw a perpendicular to AB at A and B|dw:1352729896337:dw|

  19. Flich
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    Okay.

  20. Aperogalics
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    Now draw a line perpendicular to L at equidistant point from A as the point B is|dw:1352730000383:dw| :)

  21. Flich
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    Okay thanks a ton :)

  22. Aperogalics
    • 3 years ago
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    ur welcome:)

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