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  1. anonymous
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    sure

  2. anonymous
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    Awesome thanks for coming!

  3. anonymous
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    where is the question?

  4. anonymous
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    I'm gonna post it now :)

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    kk

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    Wendy described four triangles as shown below: Triangle A: All sides have length 9 cm. Triangle B: Two sides have length 10 cm, and the included angle measures 60°. Triangle C: Two angles measure 50°. Triangle D: Base has length 8 cm, and base angles measure 45°. Which triangle is not a unique triangle? Triangle A Triangle B Triangle C Triangle D

  7. anonymous
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    do you know it?

  8. anonymous
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    do you know what a unique triangle is?

  9. anonymous
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    Yes

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    what is it?

  11. anonymous
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    Unique triangles are triangles that do not have an equivalent

  12. anonymous
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    do you know what an equivalent is?

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    An equivalent is something that is equal in amount or value

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    so if you know what a unique triangle is, then eliminate the options that are unique triangles and that should give you the answer

  15. anonymous
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    I got A

  16. anonymous
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    triangle c is not unique

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    do you know why?

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    It's c?

  19. anonymous
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    yes, because the angles have to be 50 degrees, but that doesn't mean the sides of the triangle have to be a certain length

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    do you get it now?

  21. anonymous
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    Yea

  22. anonymous
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    Thanks! I have more questions :) Do I post them here?

  23. anonymous
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    Which of the following possibilities will form a triangle? Side = 10 cm, side = 5 cm, side = 6 cm Side = 10 cm, side = 6 cm, side = 3 cm Side = 11 cm, side = 5 cm, side = 6 cm Side = 11 cm, side = 5 cm, side = 5 cm

  24. anonymous
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    do you know what the triangle inequality theorem is?

  25. anonymous
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    if you do, it should help

  26. anonymous
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    two sides added together should be larger than the third side of the triangle

  27. anonymous
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    5+6 is greater than 10 so the first one would work, sorry I had a typo in the last reply

  28. anonymous
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    Ok that's would I was gonna say! :)

  29. anonymous
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    Tim wrote the following statement: "You can only draw one unique isosceles triangle that contains an angle of 70°." Which statement is true? Tim is incorrect, because more than one triangle can be drawn with the given information. Tim is correct, because only one unique triangle can be drawn with the given information. Tim is incorrect, because the triangle described cannot be drawn with the given information. None of the above.

  30. anonymous
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    @heretohelpalways

  31. anonymous
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    I am back

  32. anonymous
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    which one do you think it is

  33. anonymous
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    i know what it is

  34. anonymous
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    Ok I got a for this one

  35. anonymous
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    yes

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    Yay!

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    @heretohelpalways

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    @heretohelpalways

  40. anonymous
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    do you know what supplementary angles are?

  41. anonymous
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    it means you can add them together to get 180

  42. anonymous
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    Ok

  43. anonymous
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    so solve this equation : 8x+60+80=180

  44. anonymous
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    to get 5

  45. anonymous
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    5*8+60+80=180, so 5 is correct

  46. anonymous
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    Oh okay!

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  48. anonymous
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    Of course you get a medal :)

  49. anonymous
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    do you know what is the formula for the area of a circle?

  50. anonymous
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    I think the answer is A

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    Yes

  52. anonymous
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    907.46

  53. anonymous
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    Ok @heretohelpalways

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    @heretohelpalways

  56. anonymous
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    do you know what it is? @heretohelpalways

  57. anonymous
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    I'm not sure

  58. anonymous
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    @Skielerlucas04

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