)Angle MNO is formed by segments MN and NO on the coordinate grid below: A coordinate plane is shown. Angle MNO has vertices at negative 4 comma 4 and negative 2 comma 2 and negative 4 comma 1 and measures 71.57 degrees. Angle MNO is rotated 180 degrees counterclockwise about the origin to form angle M′N′O′. Which statement shows the measure of angle M′N′O′?

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)Angle MNO is formed by segments MN and NO on the coordinate grid below: A coordinate plane is shown. Angle MNO has vertices at negative 4 comma 4 and negative 2 comma 2 and negative 4 comma 1 and measures 71.57 degrees. Angle MNO is rotated 180 degrees counterclockwise about the origin to form angle M′N′O′. Which statement shows the measure of angle M′N′O′?

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http://learn.flvs.net/webdav/assessment_images/educator_mjmath2_v14/05_06a_08.gif
please help
there is no accompanying pic. can you post another

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http://learn.flvs.net/webdav/assessment_images/educator_mjmath2_v14/05_06a_08.gif
did you get it
hello?
you should take a screen shot
oh do you need the answers
We would have to be logged into FLVS to view the question in full. That is why you need to screen shot what you are working on. To do that you can gett another program or press ctrl+P at the same time to print and save it to your computer to attach here.
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nice file name LOL
lol thanks
so the question at the top correlates to the screenshot? im honestly a little lost on what is the actual question
yes the screenshot is the entire problem
you still here?
the notation is driving me nuts. I don't know what it is :/
same here
ughh
@Miracrown do you know how this question works?
The geometry I took is mostly theorem based D:
????
like for example finding the unit quanterion of an octahedron
@sweetburger r u here?
You can eliminate 2 pretty easily
okay
Any idea which ones?
no
Based on the picture MNO can not be a right angle/90 degrees It is an acute angle which means it cant be 180 So A and B are eliminated
kk
The it is worded is kinda confusing me but Based on the answers given and Elimination I would go with D They are equal to each other, but its late and I may be wrong so you might want someone elses take on it.
i am plotting it right now
done
any idea
come back
What do you think?
d
how about you
hello
That is what I originally got as well.
But I didn't plot I just based it off elimination and determined it was D Always the chance I am wrong if done that way
so that is how you got it
Em yes
You have spent an hour on this question though, at this rate you will never get done all your work for FLVS aha Just go with D if your wrong you are not going to fail the course
No need to be a jerk to my kid. She's a little girl and you're obviously no help!
? I am trying to help you. I am in online school and Taking a long time on an assignment or a question can hold you back.
i dont need you to tell me how to parent my child
@aric200 is right. Rotating an angle won't change it's measure.
some people asking for help on this site have so much attitude. Nobody's trying to tell you how to parent your kid. He was saying that spending this long on a single question when there's so much material to get through doesn't make sense.
Thanks peach.
I honestly am Not. Sorry for going out of my way to try and assist you at 3:55 In the morning.
^ That is being a jerk, But the only time I have been.
Again though Wasting time arguing when you could be doing more productive things for school. Like Studying or going over notes, so you dont have to come on here and waste not only your time but everyone elses as well.
next time, try "thank you"
ok ok let's not argue here. keep the peace in OpenStudy please.
Nope. This argument is going against OpenStudy's Code of Conduct. By creating an account on OpenStudy you've agreed to those terms.
I love the fact people are trying to be civilized and even go out of their way and this is your response. Maybe there is a reason you are in online school?
Hey, I told you once to leave my kid alone. If you're so worried about how much time she's spending on questions, that leaves me to ask- are you stalking her? She has blocked you and you're still contacting her. YOU need to quit.

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