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    what is ur question?

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    i posted a picture

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    ok... i am trying! do u know the relation between angular and it's front line?!

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    no

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    the answer is 37 :)

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    how do you know?

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    we can find y and x easily! and after that, we realize that 2 triangles are same. so the angular near 53 is 53 too. after this u see the bigger triangle contains two triangle. sum of the angulars should be 180 and we find one of them (53+53=106). 180-106=74 74 is sum of the another triangles. both of them should be same. so each of them should be 37 (74/2). ok?

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    Unit 6 lesson 4 1. What is the measure of 1? (1 point) (0 pts) 47o (0 pts) 37o (0 pts) 74o (1 pt) 53o 1 /1 point 2. What is the measure of 2? (1 point) (0 pts) 47o (0 pts) 74o (1 pt) 37o (0 pts) 53o 1 /1 point 3. What is the value of x? (1 point) (0 pts) 2 (1 pt) 1 (0 pts) 5 (0 pts) 4 1 /1 point 4. What is the value of y? (1 point) (1 pt) 4 (0 pts) 3 (0 pts) 2 (0 pts) 1 1 /1 point 5. In the square ABCD, AE = 3x + 5 and BD = 10x + 2. What is the length of ? (1 point) (0 pts) 2 (0 pts) 11 (1 pt) 22 (0 pts) 32 0 /1 point

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    Unit 6 Lesson 5 1. Which is the most precise name of this figure? (1 point) (0 pts) parallelogram (1 pt) rhombus (0 pts) rectangle (0 pts) square 0 /1 point 2. Which of the following conditions or set of conditions must be met for a parallelogram to be a rectangle? (1 point) (0 pts) Diagonals are perpendicular. (1 pt) Diagonals are congruent. (0 pts) All sides are congruent. (0 pts) The length of a diagonal is equal to the length of a side. 1 /1 point 3. Which of the following conditions or set of conditions is sufficient for a parallelogram to be a square? (1 point) (1 pt) Diagonals are perpendicular, and diagonals are congruent. (0 pts) Diagonals are congruent. (0 pts) All sides are congruent. (0 pts) The length of a diagonal is equal to the length of a side. 0 /1 point 4. For which value of x is a rectangle? (1 point) (0 pts) 2 (0 pts) 3 (1 pt) 4 (0 pts) 5 1 /1 point

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    Unit 6 Lesson 6 1. Classify the figure in as many ways as possible. (1 point) (1 pt) rectangle; square; quadrilateral; parallelogram; rhombus (0 pts) rectangle; square; parallelogram (0 pts) rhombus; quadrilateral; square (0 pts) square; rectangle; quadrilateral 1 /1 point 2. Which statement is true? (1 point) (0 pts) All quadrilaterals are rectangles. (0 pts) All quadrilaterals are squares. (1 pt) All rectangles are quadrilaterals. (0 pts) All quadrilaterals are parallelograms. 1 /1 point 3. Lucinda wants to build a square sandbox, but she has no way of measuring angles. Which of the following explains how she can make sure the sandbox is square by measuring only length? (1 point) (0 pts) Arrange four equal-length sides, so the diagonals bisect each other. (1 pt) Arrange four equal-length sides, so the diagonals are equal lengths also. (0 pts) Make each diagonal the same length as four equal-length sides. (0 pts) Not possible; Lucinda has to be able to measure a right angle. 1 /1 point 4. J and M are base angles of isosceles trapezoid JKLM. If mJ = 20x + 9, and mM = 14x + 15, find mK. (1 point) (1 pt) 151o (0 pts) 1o (0 pts) 29o (0 pts) 75.5o 1 /1 point

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    Unit 6 Lesson 7 1. Which kind of triangle is shown? (1 point) (0 pts) right (0 pts) equilateral (0 pts) isosceles (1 pt) scalene 1 /1 point 2. Which is the most accurate description of the polygon below? (1 point) (1 pt) rhombus (0 pts) square (0 pts) rectangle (0 pts) parallelogram 0 /1 point 3. What is the most accurate description of the polygon below? (1 point) (0 pts) rhombus (0 pts) trapezoid (0 pts) kite (1 pt) quadrilateral 0 /1 point 4. What kind of triangle is made by connecting the points A(0, –6), B(3, –6), and C(3, –2)? (1 point) (0 pts) equilateral (1 pt) right (0 pts) isosceles (0 pts) right and isosceles 1 /1 point 5. What type of quadrilateral is formed by connecting the points (0, 9), (3, 6), (0, 1), and (–3, 6)? (1 point) (0 pts) rhombus (0 pts) trapezoid (1 pt) kite (0 pts) quadrilateral 1 /1 point

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    What about the short answers?

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    Hope that helps

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    I would post all of Unit 6 Lesson 6 but that would take forever because it is a quiz and I cant just copy and paste

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    i sure that there is a relation between angels and the front line. but i cant find it at the moment... i will give u later;)

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    What short answers? Do you mean for the quiz

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    here is #11 Opposite sides are equal in a rhombus side AD = side BC side AB = side DC side AC = side AC These two trianlges are congruent by SSS

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    #10 y-4=x+5 y=x+9 2x+5=x+12 x+5=12 x=7 (7+9)-4=12 16-4=12 12=12 2(7)+5=19 14+5=19 19=19

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    #9 90+39=129 180-129=51 M<1=39 M<3=51

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    #8 46+125=171 171/2=85.5

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    #7 180-36=144 180-113=67 A=144 B=67

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    #6 6x+16=49 6x=33 x=5.5

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    #5 18x=90 x=5 5+y=90 y=85 30z=90 z=3

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    There you go, that is the whole quiz.

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