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my answer to #6: yes they do equal to 180 degrees and are next to each other.
diagram for # 1-2 |dw:1378057808989:dw|
@RadEn can you please check my answers?! :)
1# you mean, adjacent and congruent to angle AOE, isnt it ? if yes, you are correct
oh I didn't realize I put C! sorry!! but yeah I meant E! sorry for @'ing you so much! lol but how about the other questions?! :)
2# complementary to angle EOD is COD (because the sum of both be 90)
for number two that was what I had first but I changed it!! ugh @RadEn
for number 4, is there a sign of right angle in diagram ? |dw:1378059471215:dw|
@RadEn no there isn't! :/
if so, they are not same. you are right
@RadEn okay good!!
5#. obvious, the length of legs of triangle are same. so they are congruent |dw:1378059776440:dw|
@RadEn I totally didn't pay attention to the markings!! lol
haha :P the last, for number 6#. i want to asking to you, first. if you conecting line JA and AF, they are forms a straight line or not ?
i realized i put it would but now that you're asking me no they don't lol.. its not a straight line..
|dw:1378060207329:dw| so, it is the 2nd one, right ? just to be sure, hehe :)
opppss, i mean the 1st figure, right ?
yes it is! @RadEn
I have a few other problems that i have to answer so I'll answer them & then put them in a different question then tag you in it! is that good for you?!@RadEn
1. name two pairs of angles that form a linear pair in the diagram. my answer: angle P & angle M; angle Q & angle M|dw:1378060624384:dw|
angle JAE and angle EAF are adjacent, but they are didnt form a supplementary angle, i assumed you diagram is like the 1st one. |dw:1378060673215:dw|
@RadEn my diagram is like the first one! so they form a complementary angle then right?!
the complementary angles, when 2 angles has sum 90 degrees, and while for supplementary has sum 180. that's why i asking you which one the correct your diagram
ok so my answer for number 6 is wrong I assume?... @RadEn
|dw:1378060972079:dw| is that your diagram ?
nah, that's make sense now!. it is like above |dw:1378061298949:dw|
so, angle JAE and angle EAF are adjacent and supplementary. it is be right
yesss lolol okay so i was right @RadEn
i didnt see your answer in the question number 6, :P
is that your answer or just a statement in the question, like number 1 - 5 ?
oh i had to post it as a comment because i didnt have enough space to put it in the question. I put my answer after each question so you're just checking my answers and correcting me if I am wrong @RadEn
if so, you are correct :)
okay! thanks!! and then 7 more and then I'm done!!
|dw:1378061852494:dw| question: name two pairs of angles that form a linear pair in the diagram. MY ANSWER: angle P & angle M; angle Q & angle M
where the posititon of point Q ? i cant see it totaly, the figure was cut..
|dw:1378062050787:dw| like that ?
hold I'll get a better image for u
|dw:1378062190457:dw| the angles that form a linear pair is the angles form a supplementary. so it is LMP and NMP
ohhhh.. okay! thank you sooooo muchhh! :)
you're welcome :D