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Ammarah

  • 2 years ago

HELP GEOMETRY!!

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  1. Ammarah
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    |dw:1354154677358:dw|

  2. Ammarah
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    Find the value of x

  3. kirbykirby
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    The angle of a flat angle is 180. So, where you the the 110 angle... that means the angle on the inside (just on the other side of the 110) is 180-110 = 70 Since the sum of angles inside a triangle is 180, the remaining angle x is equal to 180-(70+72)=38

  4. kirbykirby
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    x=38

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    |dw:1354155024596:dw|

  6. Ammarah
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    So x equals 38 right?

  7. Ammarah
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    Help

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  9. GhostOverlord
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    Yes, x = 38.

  10. kirbykirby
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    Yes, triple confirming lol.

  11. Ammarah
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    |dw:1354160895808:dw|

  12. Ammarah
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    What is the third congruence needed to prove that triangle PQR is congruent to triangle STU using the indicated theorem?

  13. kirbykirby
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    Oh my this is really farr back for me... I don't even know what HL or AAS mean? But I'm guessing AAS is like angle-angle-side o_O I don't know I didn't go to an English high school.

  14. Ammarah
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    yes do u think its aas?

  15. kirbykirby
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    What's HL??

  16. Ammarah
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    Hyptotenuse leg its just like a right angle with two congruent sides

  17. kirbykirby
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    I'm gonna guess with AAS.. it's the only thing remotely that I remember associated with congruences

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    Help with rotations, reflections, and translation

  19. ChristianGeek
    • 2 years ago
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    It's kind of a trick question. It's a right triangle, so you could argue HL (which is actually a special case of SAS) since you're given the hypotenuse and just need a leg. But it's also AAS since you're given an angle and a side. I would probably go with HL and, unless a computer is grading, write a note that says you could also prove it with AAS.

  20. ChristianGeek
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    They should have made ASA the second option, in which case it definitely would have been HL (because the hypotenuse wouldn't be the side between the two angles).

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