I need some help on a few questions! This is not a quiz But yes it is timed...Please help!

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I need some help on a few questions! This is not a quiz But yes it is timed...Please help!

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What subject and what questions? Lay em on me

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The sections that it is in are
Classifying Quadrilaterals
Properties of Parallelograms
Special Parallelograms
Trapezoids and Kites
Placing Figures in the Coordinate Plane

- anonymous

So geometry. I got this

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Yeah geometry haha okay! I just gotta say that cause once I open the questions I gotta answer them... So just checking!

- anonymous

Oh okay lol I'm ready for this :)

- anonymous

Some will just need checked but other I wont know that well

- anonymous

Alright, i'll stay on the page so I can see as you post.

- anonymous

Okay! Let me pull up the first one

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1. Judging by appearance, classify the figure in as many ways as possible.
a.rectangle, square, quadrilateral, parallelogram, and rhombus
b.rectangle, square, and parallelogram
c.rhombus, trapezoid, quadrilateral, and square
d.square, rectangle, and quadrilateral
Would it be A?

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Yes, a is correct.

- anonymous

Okay! Next...

- anonymous

Find the values of the variables and the lengths of the sides of this kite
a.x = 6, y = 14; 1, 17
b.x = 14, y = 6; 9, 9
c.x = 14, y = 6; 1, 17
d.x = 6, y = 14; 9, 17

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- blurbendy

D!

- blurbendy

:)

- anonymous

Blurbendy is correct

- anonymous

Thank you! Next...

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Which statement is true?
a.All trapezoids are kites.
b.All quadrilaterals are squares.
c.All rectangles are quadrilaterals.
d.All kites are rhombuses
Not to sure but I would of guessed C

- anonymous

C is right

- blurbendy

C sounds good to me

- anonymous

Okay cool! Next...

- anonymous

LMNO is a parallelogram. If NM = x + 15 and OL = 3x + 5, find the value of x, then find NM and OL.
a.x = 7, NM = 20, OL = 22
b.x = 5, NM = 20, OL = 20
c.x = 7, NM = 22, OL = 22
d.x = 5, NM = 22, OL = 20

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- blurbendy

B I believe

- anonymous

B

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Cool! Okay next

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WXYZ is a parallelogram. Name an angle congruent to
a. ZXY
b. XWZ
c. ZXW
d. WXY
D right?

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- anonymous

Congruent to what?

- anonymous

WZX sorry that got cut off

- anonymous

I mean WZY!

- anonymous

Then B and D both work, right blurbendy?

- blurbendy

right

- anonymous

So what should I pick? B or D?

- blurbendy

i'd go with D

- anonymous

Okay!

- anonymous

Yeah

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In the figure, lines MJ and AD are cut by the transversals MA, LB, KC, and JD.
The transversals are parallel to each other and intersect line AD such that AB = BC = CD.
Find JM, keeping in mind that the diagram is not drawn to scale.
a.27
b.36
c.9
d.18

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27

- blurbendy

yeah

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Use the information to find the length of WX in parallelogram WXYZ.
The perimeter is 58 cm. YZ is 11 cm less than XY.
a.20 cm
b.10 cm
c.9 cm
d.18 cm

- anonymous

One sec..

- anonymous

no problem im trying to draw it out

- blurbendy

I came up with 9

- anonymous

9

- anonymous

Okay

- anonymous

I'll have to go in 5 min, but I'm sure blurbendy will be able to help after that

- anonymous

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Those wierd little squiggle marks are suppose to be o

- anonymous

weird

- anonymous

Set the 2 equations equal to each other, z = 2 because each angle equals 90 degrees. Thats all I've got for now sorry

- anonymous

Okay not problem!

- anonymous

I can skip it for now

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The diagonals of a rectangle have lengths of 4 + 2x and 6x – 20. Find x and the length of each diagonal.
a.x = 4; each diagonal has a length of 10
b.x = 6; each diagonal has a length of 16
c.x = 7; each diagonal has a length of 5
d.x = 10; each diagonal has a length of 3

- blurbendy

B

- anonymous

ABCD is a rectangle. If AC = 3c/9 and BD = 4 – c, find the length of each diagonal.
a.2, 2
b.1, 1
c.3, 3
d.16, 16

- blurbendy

C

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Awesome! next
Find the values of a and b. The diagram is not to scale.
a. a=144 b=67
b. a=144 b=36
c. a=113 b=67
d. a=113, b=36

- blurbendy

where is the diagram

- anonymous

Oh dang Thought I posted it! Sorry!

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A

- blurbendy

how many questions r there?

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Given: TU = 2x − 1 and VS = x + 2
Find the value of x in the isosceles trapezoid.
a.1
b.3
c.5
d.7

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- anonymous

10 left

- blurbendy

B

- blurbendy

Okay, cuz i have to do something in 30 mins

- anonymous

Oh okay
Which statement is true for every trapezoid?
a.Exactly two sides are congruent.
b.Opposite angles are supplementary.
c.Exactly one pair of sides are parallel.
d.The diagonals bisect each other
C?
Which statement is true for every kite?
a.Opposite angles are supplementary.
b.Opposite sides are congruent.
c.At least two sides are parallel.
d.The diagonals are perpendicular.
D?

- blurbendy

C for the first one

- anonymous

Yeah Then D for the second?

- blurbendy

Yes, D

- blurbendy

B

- blurbendy

C

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State the coordinates of points W and Z without using any new variables.
a.
W(–r, r), Z(0, t)
c.
W(r, 0), Z(0, –t)
b.
W(r, 0), Z(0, t)
d.
W(–r, 0), Z(0, –t)

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- blurbendy

D

- anonymous

Almost Done! yay!

- blurbendy

sweet

- anonymous

Here are the coordinates for eight points on the coordinate plane (q > p > 0): A (0, 0), B (p, 0), C (q, 0), D (p + q, 0), E (0, q), F (p, q), G (q, q), and H (p + q, q). Which four points, if any, are on the vertices of a parallelogram?
a.E, F, B, and D
b.A, C, H, and F
c.E, G, C, and D
d.A, F, D, and G

- blurbendy

B

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|dw:1358476421763:dw|the value of each of the variables in the parallelogram. The diagram is not drawn to scale.
BE = 2f – 5; DE = 5f – 17; AE = f + 2; CE = g
a.
f = 3
g = 5
r = 42
t = 1
x = 56
c.
f = 2
g = 4
r = 40
t = 5
x = 53
b.
f = 4
g = 6
r = 30
t = 25
x = 40
d.
f = 29
g = 31
r = 24
t = 37
x = 32

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Only 6 left

- blurbendy

C, I have to go in 10 mins

- blurbendy

that one question you skipped, if jesusfreak was right, z = 2, y = 0, and x =45

- anonymous

Okay!

- anonymous

Quadrilateral ABCD
AB = 7x – 3
CD = 4x + 9
a.
rectangle
x = 4
c.
rhombus
x = 16
b.
rhombus
x = 2
d.
rectangle
x = 1|dw:1358476873738:dw|

- blurbendy

Wait, that one question had B and C switched around. It's actually B according to what you copy / pasted

- blurbendy

b. f = 4 g = 6 r = 30 t = 25 x = 40

- blurbendy

that one is the right one

- anonymous

Okay yeah i just copied and pasted so they got switched

- anonymous

got time for a few more

- blurbendy

like 1 more

- blurbendy

crap i gtg, ill try to be back soon!

- anonymous

Okay!

- anonymous

I need help with a few more anyone!? haha

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In the coordinate plane, three vertices of rectangle KMNO are K(0, a), N(b, 0), and O(0, 0). What are the coordinates of point M? The diagram is not drawn to scale.
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I gotta post the last 2! I got that one^

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-3/-5x - -1/-5x

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What is the value of x?

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Christa buys 14 flowerpots. Some are small and cost $2.40 each. The rest are large and cost $5.60 each. She spends a total of $49.60.
Which equation models this situation?
Let s represent the number of small flowerpots she buys.

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