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Someone Please help with this Test I'm failing this class like its at a 25% I will give medal to anyone who helps with the test and help them with anything else in any other subject!
1. If MNO PQR, which of the following can you NOT conclude as being true? (1 point)
M P
N Q
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Someone Please help with this Test I'm failing this class like its at a 25% I will give medal to anyone who helps with the test and help them with anything else in any other subject! 1. If MNO PQR, which of the following can you NOT conclude as being true? (1 point) M P N Q
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2. Given ABC PQR, mB = 3v + 4, and mQ = 8v – 6, find mB and mQ (1 point) 22 11 10 25 3. Which two triangles are congruent by AAS? bisects and EAD CFD (1 point) ABD and CBD ADE and FDC AED and ADB none 4. In an Aframe house, the two congruent sides extend from the ground to form a 34° angle at the peak. What angle does each side form with the ground? (1 point) 156° 146° 73° 78° True or False 5. All right triangles are isosceles. (1 point) true false
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6. What are the missing reasons in the twocolumn proof? Given: bisects PMN and bisects PON Prove: PMO NMO (6 points) 7. Supply the reasons missing from the proof shown below (2 points) 8. What is the value of x ? (2 points) 9. Is PQS RQS by HL? If so, name the legs that allow the use of HL. (2 points) 10. Name a pair of triangles in the figure and state whether they are congruent by SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, or HL. Given: (3 points) 11. Write a paragraph proof. Given: and Prove: (5 points) 12. Given IFN SJP, name all the pairs of corresponding parts. (6 points) 13. Using the words from the word list, name all the parts of the isosceles triangle in the diagram below. Some words may be used more than once. (6 points)
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14. What does CPCTC represent and when would you use it? (4 points) Essay Your teacher will grade your response to question 15 to ensure that you receive proper credit for your answer. 15. It is the same distance from second base to first base, and from second base to third base. The angle formed by first base, second base, and home plate has the same measure as the angle formed by third base, second base, and home plate. What can you conclude about the distance from first base to home plate, and from home plate to third base? Explain. (10 points)
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no one is going to do an entire test for you, it's just not fair to you or the person helping you. You can try posting individual questions though, you might get more a response and actually learn how to do the problems :)
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californiagirl423Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Someone please check my answers @Studentc14 your right I shouldn't just ask for answers so I worked hard on doing it myself and no one at home knows how to do it and can't see if my answers are good can you please check mine for me?
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californiagirl423Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
@Studentc14 they are 2.c 4.c 5.False 14. CPCTC stands for Corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent and you prove the 2 triangles are congruent and use this theorem after.
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