anonymous
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Martin drew a pair of perpendicular lines and a pair of parallel lines. Which of these statements best compares the pairs of perpendicular and parallel lines? A) Perpendicular and parallel lines have their lines extending in one direction only. B) Perpendicular and parallel lines always have a common endpoint. C) Perpendicular lines are lines that intersect at right angles, and parallel lines are lines that never meet. D) Perpendicular lines have only one point lying on them, and parallel lines have no points lying on them. @niahloves
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niahloves
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C...Perpendicular lines are lines that intersect at right angles, and parallel lines are lines that never meet.
anonymous
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how do I add images to here?
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niahloves
  • niahloves
you welcome
anonymous
  • anonymous
What construction does the image below demonstrate? A) The circumcenter of a regular hexagon B) The incenter of a regular hexagon C) A regular hexagon circumscribed about a circle D) A regular hexagon inscribed in a circle
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niahloves
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picture?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i added the picture below
anonymous
  • anonymous
is it not their? @niahloves
niahloves
  • niahloves
sorry i see it i would say it's a regular hexagon inscribed.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Alex wants to construct a line segment through R that makes the same angle with line segment QR as line segment PQ. The figure below shows a step to construct a congruent angle at R: Which figure shows the next step to construct a congruent angle at R? @niahloves
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anonymous
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Abigail wrote the statements shown in the chart below: Statement Description 1 If two lines intersect, then exactly one plane contains both lines. 2 If a point lies outside a line, then exactly one plane contains both the line and the point. Which option best classifies Abigail's statements? A) Statement 1 and Statement 2 are postulates because they are true facts. B) Statement 1 and Statement 2 are theorems because they can be proved with the help of appropriate postulates. C) Statement 1 is a theorem because it can be proved, and Statement 2 is a postulate because it is a true fact. D) Statement 1 is a postulate because it is a true fact, and Statement 2 is a theorem because it can be proved. @niahloves
niahloves
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.A) Statement 1 and Statement 2 are postulates because they are true facts.
anonymous
  • anonymous
4 more questions left @niahloves lol but idk I feel like you have helped enough for today
niahloves
  • niahloves
no i can still help you if you want me to?
niahloves
  • niahloves
and plus i love math
anonymous
  • anonymous
wish I had the brain the got haha but okay lets knocked em down
niahloves
  • niahloves
ok keep tag ing me
anonymous
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niahloves
  • niahloves
I think B but im not sure
anonymous
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niahloves
  • niahloves
i am not very good at this but i will say A

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