Firejay5
  • Firejay5
I need some help on some like 2 or 3 problems to be explained and helped on. I don't want you to do it for me. I got the majority of the answers. My answers and questions will be the comments below, so sorry if they are blurry. I will award a medal for work that is accurate and correct and the explanation is clear.
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  • schrodinger
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dape
  • dape
Is it 5A you want help with?
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
5A, 8, and 9

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dape
  • dape
The problem with only saying \(\measuredangle B\) to name the angle is that B is a point and we don't know what angle we mean. Is it the full angle that you get by tracing ABD or is it CBD or ABC?
dape
  • dape
We don't know which of these we mean, so that's why its a problem.
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
Are my answers right?
dape
  • dape
8A you got almost right, but you need to end the segment at the circle itself, like this: |dw:1377555851168:dw|
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
|dw:1377555895404:dw|
dape
  • dape
And for the second it should touch the circle at two places, and go through the center. This sounds like a diameter but that is disallowed, so we must have a "diameter" that is extended to outside the circle like this: |dw:1377555989217:dw|
dape
  • dape
And for 9 just try to think of things in the real world that look like lines, circles or planes. A clock is a circle, for example. A table is a plane, etc.
dape
  • dape
The surface of the table is a plane.
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
On #8 do we need to name points like letters
dape
  • dape
Nope, they don't say that you have to, but they said that the circle was called P, so the circle should be labelled somewhere.
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
For the center I labeled it P
dape
  • dape
That works fine :)
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
Is that labeling the center
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
circle
dape
  • dape
Yes, your other answers look great. It's just 4 that you misunderstood I think. You named the different types of angles, but I think they wanted you to say ways of giving a specific angle a name. To do this one can write for example \(\angle ABC\) or just \(ABC\) if it's clear that we are talking about an angle and not a plane for example. Another way would be to write the name on a figure and then it could be for example \(\theta\) or \(\alpha\), like this: |dw:1377556658209:dw|
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
@dape How does 4 work?
dape
  • dape
I explained it in my last post.
dape
  • dape
Those are acceptable ways, i.e. \(\angle ABC\) or even \(\theta\) if there is a figure.
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
what's the theta symbol
dape
  • dape
An angle, look at the picture I posted.
dape
  • dape
It can be called just about anything if you just mark it in a figure, it's all about knowing what we mean.
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
so how many examples/way should I put on number 4
dape
  • dape
Put maybe 2 or 3 examples.
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
why couldn't I leave my answer the way it is, is it, because it's not asking about the kinds of angles
dape
  • dape
Yes, exactly, your answer was correct in the kinds of angles but they asked for examples of names of angles.
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
@dape so are all of my answers correct beside the answers I had to change
dape
  • dape
Yeah, great job!
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
even 5B.
dape
  • dape
Yup!
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
@saifoo.khan & @satellite73 Help with number 9. Like how to start it and all
saifoo.khan
  • saifoo.khan
Number 9 of which image?
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
It's the first link the other 2 are my answers
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
My answers have been updated
saifoo.khan
  • saifoo.khan
9) Co-linear points can be explained with the example of cars on a single track one-way road. The cars are in a straight path on the same line. A chess game's objects can be used as an examples of coplainer points.
saifoo.khan
  • saifoo.khan
objects like horse, etc.
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
where did you get Co-linear points from @saifoo.khan
saifoo.khan
  • saifoo.khan
Q3
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
so apply the questions to number 9
saifoo.khan
  • saifoo.khan
Did you read question9 by any chance?
Firejay5
  • Firejay5
yes I did

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