I have photos from a multiple choice test that I NEED to pass in order to get into college

- anonymous

I have photos from a multiple choice test that I NEED to pass in order to get into college

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- anonymous

@mathstudent55 help?

- anonymous

I have photos from a test that I NEED to pass in order to get into college!!

- anonymous

Its multiple choice too

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@rosedewittbukater are you helping me?! THANK UUUUU

- rosedewittbukater

For the first one you could use the pythagorean theorem. a^2 + b^2 = c^2 and see if the 2 smaller sides squared added together equals the largest side squared.
For the second one get both equations into slope intercept form y=mx+b and see if the m (the slope) of both equations are the same.
The third one, get the 2 back inside the radical by ^2 ing it and multiplying by 7. Then square all of the numbers (the square root of 28 squared is 28) and add together the 2 smaller numbers to see if they equal the bigger number.
An octagonal prism has 24 edges.
For the last one on the first picture I think its true because it can have some triangular faces.

- rosedewittbukater

I'm only a freshman but I take honors algebra 2 so I'll see how much I can help. So far it doesn't seem too hard.

- anonymous

I got true, true, false, true, false

- rosedewittbukater

For the first page?

- anonymous

yes, I know that #4 is false now

- anonymous

I double checked

- rosedewittbukater

27^2 + 31^2 = 48^2
729 + 961 = 2304
1690 = 2304
That's what I got for number 1, so I think its false.

- anonymous

oh okay

- rosedewittbukater

number 2
2x+5y = 20
5y = -2x + 20
y = -2/5x + 10
2x - 5y = 35
-5y = -2x + 35
y = 2/5x + 7
Since 2/5 is not the same as -2/5, its not parallel.

- rosedewittbukater

So 2 is false also.

- anonymous

Hey, I really still need a lot of help, but I have to go babysit soon, Ill be back on around 4 if you could still help? if you have gmail maybe we can chat?

- rosedewittbukater

I might be gone by then but you can message me on here if that works.

- anonymous

the whole test is multiple choice too

- rosedewittbukater

Oh ok good

- anonymous

okay

- anonymous

thank you so much!

- anonymous

Ill probably just ask a question and post all of the pictures i have in it and tag you

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If you're caught cheating on a test in college, you won't even be in college at all.

- anonymous

dude, its one semester of geometry i failed that im making up

- rosedewittbukater

ok that's fine. I'll try to explain it so you understand it better because algebra 2 is way worse and more confusing especially if you don't get the basics. Just warning you.

- anonymous

I already passed alg 2!

- anonymous

This is just a final test that I need to pass so I can make up a grade

- anonymous

I need to get all the answers by tonight because the test is tomorrow

- anonymous

I have to go! bye!

- rosedewittbukater

Oh ok cool! Good luck! I still have homework so I won't message you right away but I'll try to help as much as I can. Is this the actual test?

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