Geometry Anyonee????!!!

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Geometry Anyonee????!!!

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- Jack1

please, just a small piece though, i kinda filled up on calculus before

- anonymous

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- theEric

This is a lot of visualization! Do you have any thoughts on any of them?

- anonymous

no :'( im confused super

- theEric

Alright, we'll start with number one! We need to look at it, and see what it could make based on what it looks like. I see that it is 6 squares. So what shape or shapes might have 6 square sides?

- theEric

Do you know what I mean?

- Jack1

Q1 have to ever made dice out of paper?

- anonymous

yea i know what you mean

- anonymous

& nahh i have onot

- anonymous

its either B or C ..?

- anonymous

i mean D

- anonymous

B or D .... i think its D

- Jack1

Q2 it's a symmetrical shape, which means that as A is on top, and A is one of the smaller sides, then the other smaller side must logically be on the bottom, so identify the 2 small sides in the shape

- anonymous

ohhh a dice

- anonymous

so its B for Number 1?

- anonymous

Number 2 is .. B?

- Jack1

Q1 A (flattened) would b made up of 3 rectangles and 2 triangles
B (flattened) would be made up of 6 squares
C (flattened) would be made up of 2 circles and a rectangle
D (flattened) would be 4 rectangles and 2 squares

- theEric

For number one, I agree with B! :) Because the sides are all the same :)

- theEric

I agree with B for number two, also!

- anonymous

whoop whoop :D

- anonymous

so jack is it right?

- Jack1

yo i agree totally with you guys so far, q 4 is making my eyes hurt tho

- Jack1

it's like an mc eisher painting, the one with all the stairs

- theEric

Haha! In number two, giving you A and E defines the orientation for the entire rectangular prism. If A is on top, and E is connected there... I just see it.

- anonymous

cornelious!!

- theEric

Haha! I think I understand number four, but I haven't seen anything like that in my classes!

- anonymous

man i have no idea this stuff is too much for me lol

- anonymous

hmm whats your brain thinkin?

- theEric

Haha! And I guess #2 isn't completely defined. D and F could be different. But the bottom is the square that is opposite of A. That is B!

- anonymous

im going with B... haha

- theEric

And the right side is E, and the left side is opposite of that. Since is is \(4\) sides around, and half of that is \(2\), then two sides over is opposite! Two sides over is C, so I agree!

- anonymous

Nicee.. Man number 4 is a trip

- anonymous

is 3. A?

- theEric

For #3, you see that you have two triangles and three rectangles (as sides). Some are clear, some are gray. So! How many triangles are gray?

- anonymous

Ahhh Haaa! C!

- theEric

I agree! I think both B and C look good. It would be different if the triangles didn't look equilateral.

- anonymous

yepp. hmm have any ideas for 4?

- theEric

Yeah. You see how it's like a 3D object?

- anonymous

yea

- theEric

It says which side is the front. So, I think you need to look at the pieces that make the front.

- anonymous

its either A or b ...

- anonymous

i think its B

- theEric

Yeah. And then the right side is the same with those, so we have to look to the top. Either all the rectangles are the same, or one is longer. You can count the dots in the picture!

- theEric

Do you see for sure, yet?

- anonymous

yess yess

- anonymous

thank you :)))) do you have time for more?

- theEric

See, I think #4 is A, because the very top piece is 3 dots long and the others are 2

- theEric

I suppose.

- anonymous

on moment let me submit , i'll let you know the score

- theEric

Okay!

- anonymous

An isometric drawing shows a _______ view of three dimensional figure

- anonymous

A)front B) top C)back D) corner

- anonymous

d?

- theEric

searching Yahoo! for the meaning of isometric.. Sounds familiar..

- anonymous

k

- anonymous

whoohooo i got them all correct D was right

- anonymous

thanks i got 4 more

- theEric

Cool! I found http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isometric_projection that agrees with D, too :P

- theEric

Okay! This is getting fun...

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- anonymous

Hahah google is my bestfriend seriously

- theEric

Colinear points can all be on the same line. So, look for three points on a line :)

- anonymous

D!

- theEric

Co - with
linear - relating to the line
Points with the line. Rough translation.

- anonymous

that was easy :)

- theEric

Yup!
I used to love Google, but that company keeps track of too much. So I use Yahoo!.

- theEric

That was easy...

- anonymous

the rest look hard thoo -___-

- theEric

A line must be named by two points on the line.
A plane must be named by three points on the plane.

- anonymous

i see

- theEric

Just because one point can't give you a line or plane, it's just a point.
Two points you can connect to make a line.
Three points you can connect to make a flat shape that lays on a plane.

- anonymous

soo ... A ? :/

- theEric

So you're looking through the choices for where they do it right. The line has to be defined by two points, and the plane has to be defined by three points.

- theEric

SR isn't a plane, and that's the issue with A.|dw:1377976108240:dw|

- anonymous

dang so either B or D

- anonymous

D..?

- theEric

Yes!

- anonymous

cool. :D

- anonymous

next one B?

- theEric

:) Do you konw about the rays?

- theEric

know*

- anonymous

noppeee. helpp me

- theEric

The direction goes from the first point to the second.
Notice the difference from a line!!
Line: \(\overleftrightarrow{AB}\)
Ray: \(\overrightarrow{AB}\)
Rays start a the first point, and extend forever in the direction of the second point.

- theEric

|dw:1377976697299:dw|

- anonymous

ahh hah

- theEric

In the question, \(\overrightarrow{BA}\) goes down to the left. So you need to find a ray that goes up to the right. There is just one! :)

- anonymous

A?

- theEric

I agree!

- anonymous

:D !!!!

- anonymous

now the last one i have no clue

- theEric

Next one. Naming two planes arbitrarily (meaning, in a way you know nothing except that there is something) does not tell you anything about intersection. "Distinct" means they are not a part of each other at all, and do not intersect.
What's your guess?

- anonymous

D? since they dont interscet?

- theEric

Right!

- theEric

Congrats.

- theEric

:)

- anonymous

omg your awsome thank you!!! :D

- anonymous

ah dang the last one was A lol

- anonymous

i got 4 moreeeeeeeeeeee :/

- anonymous

these are different

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- theEric

Oh, sorry, KP are in both planes... So they intersect there...

- anonymous

do you know these?

- anonymous

its all good

- anonymous

number 2. is B i think

- theEric

#1 count! Or, mathematically, take the absolute value of the difference of their position numbers.

- theEric

I agree with you on #2!

- anonymous

15!

- anonymous

Both are B

- theEric

Agreed! #3: congruent line segments have the same length.

- anonymous

B!

- anonymous

aagain

- theEric

#4 a midpoint will mark the middle of the line. The two line segments on either side of Z, then, are equal. So you can set them equal and solve!
I agree on #3, another B!

- anonymous

C?

- anonymous

or A ... :/

- theEric

What do you think? :)

- theEric

Confidence! :) :P

- anonymous

c

- anonymous

:D

- theEric

Yeah! :)

- anonymous

Yaaay!!!! wow you helpd me so much thank you thank you :))

- theEric

You're very welcome! I helped you because you helped yourself! :) You did good!

- theEric

Take care!

- anonymous

k you too thanks. I gott 100%

- anonymous

:D :D :D

- theEric

Nice! Sorry for misleading you on that plane problem. I should've read and searched more carefully...

- theEric

Distinct really means that they're not the same.

- anonymous

ohh ok. its all good

- theEric

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