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QUESTION 1 The ratio ½ is in simplest form. True False

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  1. anonymous
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    True, You cannot simplify 1/2

  2. anonymous
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    thank yea

  3. anonymous
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    Yup

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    Given m = 4 and n = 6, find the ratio of n to m.

  5. anonymous
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    3/2

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    thx

  7. anonymous
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    yup

  8. anonymous
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    1:2=0.5:1

  9. anonymous
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    huh

  10. anonymous
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    what enione?

  11. anonymous
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    In a tessellation, what must the sum of the angles be where the vertices meet? 90° 180° 360° 60°

  12. anonymous
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    what's tessellation?

  13. anonymous
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    what grade are you in @eninone

  14. anonymous
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    6

  15. anonymous
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    Your not to that yet in math then...it's in a later grade....I would try to explain it but I really suck at them haha and I suck at explaining things...

  16. anonymous
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    btw what type of tessellation isit?

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    I thought you didn't even know what tesselations are

  18. anonymous
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    360?

  19. anonymous
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    I don't know that's why I asked

  20. anonymous
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    your still typing????~~!!!

  21. anonymous
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    Yes it is 360

  22. anonymous
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    |dw:1438048774594:dw|

  23. anonymous
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    QUESTION 1 What is the measure of the missing angle in the figure below? Imported Asset 56 degrees 57 degrees 58 degrees 59 degrees 1 points QUESTION 2 What is the measure of the missing angle in the figure below? Imported Asset 145 degrees 146 degrees 147 degrees 148 degrees 1 points QUESTION 3 All sides of a square are equal. True False 1 points QUESTION 4 In the figure below, if ABCD is a square and AC is equal to 5.6 cm, then BD is equal to 5.6 cm. Imported Asset

  24. anonymous
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    this is number one

  25. anonymous
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    3 is true

  26. anonymous
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    Only one i Know

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