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  1. anonymous
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    Which relationship is always correct for the angles m, n, and p of triangle ABC? A triangle ABC has angle ABC labeled as n, angle BCA labeled as p, and the exterior angle at A labeled as m. n + p = m m + p = n m + p + n = 180 degrees m + p + n = 90 degrees

  2. anonymous
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    @pooja195 @Nnesha @

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    @calculusxy

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    @Kainui

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  6. anonymous
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    :T

  7. PhantomCrow
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    Do you know that the sum of the remote interior angles equals the exterior angle?

  8. chrisdbest
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    C

  9. anonymous
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    no

  10. anonymous
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    Angle A is 180 - m. The angle of a straight line is 180 degrees, which Angle A and Angle m will create. The sum of all the degrees of a triangle is 180 as well.

  11. anonymous
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    ok thx?

  12. PhantomCrow
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    No, only the sum of all INTERIOR angles is 180 for a trangle.

  13. anonymous
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    can u help me with something eles

  14. mathstudent55
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    Theorem: In a triangle, the measure of an exterior angle equals the sum of the measures of its remote interior angles.

  15. PhantomCrow
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    Sure

  16. anonymous
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    A pair of parallel lines is cut by a transversal, as shown below: A pair of parallel lines is cut by a transversal. The exterior angle made on the right by the intersection of the upper parallel line and the transversal is labeled as p. The exterior angle made on the left by the intersection of the lower parallel line and the transversal is labeled as q. Which of the following best represents the relationship between angles p and q? p = 180 degrees − q q = 180 degrees − p p = 2q p = q

  17. anonymous
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  18. mathstudent55
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    Answer to first question is A because of the theorem above.

  19. PhantomCrow
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    The degree of the exterior angles are always congruent in parallel lines.

  20. anonymous
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    to the second question

  21. anonymous
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    is a?

  22. PhantomCrow
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    The answer to the second is p = q

  23. mathstudent55
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    Theorem: If two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, then alternate exterior angles are congruent.

  24. anonymous
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    Figure ABCD is transformed to figure A prime B prime C prime D prime, as shown: A coordinate grid is shown from negative 5 to 0 to 5 on both x -and y-axes. A polygon ABCD has A at ordered pair 1, 3, B at ordered pair 3, 4, C at ordered pair 2, 1, D at ordered pair 1, 1. A polygon A prime B prime C prime D prime has A prime at ordered pair negative 3, 3, B prime at ordered pair negative 5, 4, C prime at ordered pair negative 4, 1, D prime at ordered pair negative 3, 1. Which of the following sequences of transformations is used to obtain figure A prime B prime C prime D prime from figure ABCD? Reflection about the x-axis followed by a translation to the right by 2 units Reflection about the y-axis followed by a translation to the left by 2 units Counterclockwise rotation by 90 degrees about the origin followed by a translation to the right by 2 units Counterclockwise rotation by 90 degrees about the origin followed by a translation to the left by 2 units

  25. mathstudent55
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  26. anonymous
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    O: now i gett it :D

  27. PhantomCrow
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    The first answer choice.

  28. anonymous
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    is a

  29. mathstudent55
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  30. anonymous
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    No its B for the 3rd question

  31. anonymous
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    lol nice drawing

  32. PhantomCrow
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    Oh, yes the y- axis, not x. Pardon

  33. mathstudent55
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  34. mathstudent55
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    Answer is B, not A.

  35. anonymous
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    IK I SAID B NOT A

  36. mathstudent55
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  37. anonymous
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    "No its B for the 3rd question" thts what i said earlier

  38. mathstudent55
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    Yes, after you had written it was a. You did correct yourself later. I was busy making fancy pictures when you corrected yourself and missed it.

  39. anonymous
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    XD

  40. anonymous
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    he is to much

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