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anonymous
 3 years ago
PLEASSEE HELP ME ILL GIVE A MEDALLLL!!!!
Use the diagram below for questions 1–4.
1. <1 and <2 are adjacent angles. (1 point)
true
false
2. <3 and <4 are complementary. (1 point)
true
false
Multiple Choice
3. <2 and <3 are ______ angles. (1 point)
complementary
vertical
right
supplementary
4. <2 and <4 are ____ angles. (1 point)
complementary
vertical
right
supplementary
5. Find m<ABC if the line BD bisects ABC and given m<ABD = 5x and m<DBC = 3x + 10. (1 point)
5°
25°
30°
50°
anonymous
 3 years ago
PLEASSEE HELP ME ILL GIVE A MEDALLLL!!!! Use the diagram below for questions 1–4. 1. <1 and <2 are adjacent angles. (1 point) true false 2. <3 and <4 are complementary. (1 point) true false Multiple Choice 3. <2 and <3 are ______ angles. (1 point) complementary vertical right supplementary 4. <2 and <4 are ____ angles. (1 point) complementary vertical right supplementary 5. Find m<ABC if the line BD bisects ABC and given m<ABD = 5x and m<DBC = 3x + 10. (1 point) 5° 25° 30° 50°

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.01 true 2 false 3 supplementary 4 vertical 5 25 degrees. If you give me the lesson and unit I can check and make sure but I'm pretty sure those are right

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0@jamielovesmickey Unit 1: Tools of Geometry Lesson 5: Exploring angles

anonymous
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0They are all correct except the last one is 50 degrees ...you needed to double the 25
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