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given that YA is the angle bisector of
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Find AZ
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triciaal
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bi sector 2 equal angles
triciaal
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zya = 23
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the answer is 23? @triciaal
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similar figures z = 4
Nurali
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5z-7=2z+5 5z-2z=5+7 3z=12 z=4 5z-7 5(4)-7 13
triciaal
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az = 5z - 7 = 13
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I don't know who to give the medal to
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The point of concurrency in the diagram above is __________. A. the incenter B. the circumcenter C. equidistant from the vertices of triangle RQP D. equidistant from any point in triangle RQP
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Nurali
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i think the incenter
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are you sure?
triciaal
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A point of concurrency is a place where three or more, but at least three lines, rays, segments or planes intersect in one spot. If they do, then those lines are considered concurrent, or the the rays are considered concurrent.
anonymous
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whats the answer for the diagram question?

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