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i dont know about geometry that much cuz i took that class long time ago.. i remember little things
if ur talking about drawing vertex or what?
i dont get this question model as in drawing?
Vertex = each angular point of a polygon, polyhedron, or other figure.
oh like this?|dw:1378784007852:dw|
same side but different angle right?
Adjacent Angles = are angles that have a common ray coming out of the vertex going between two other rays. In other words, they are angles that are side by side, or adjacent.
srry i forgot cant remember anything
No I defining terms to help you solve it better
oh nvm thats congruent
oh i got it
how about this?
Well are they adjacent angles
u gotta do not adjacent right?
that's what I mean
this is|dw:1378784378956:dw| adjacent angle
meaning side by side or across/diagonal
hmm isnt across/diagonal?
yea that's what I mean
When it says model, basically draw
How could you model 2 angles with a common vertex and a common side that aren't adjacent angles? That's impossible. If two angles are adjacent, then they must share a common vertex and a common side. http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/adjacent-angles.html
hint: angles 1, 2 and 3 are supplementary so they add up to 180 degrees
Isn't angle 4 the same as angle 1
Is angle 4 and 2 complementary
@jim_thompson5910 Is angle 4 and 2 complementary angles. I said no
angles 4 and 1 are congruent, yes
angles 4 and 2 aren't complementary, so you are correct as well