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  • one year ago

which bicondtional is not a good definition ? please help

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  1. anonymous
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    @mathstudent55

  2. anonymous
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    are there options?

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  4. anonymous
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    its number 4

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    @study_man

  6. anonymous
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    yes it is an obtuse angle is greater than 90* not 180.. 4th is the correct answer

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    are you sure ?

  8. anonymous
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    obtuse angle definition. An angle that measures more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. (Compare acute angle and right angle.) The American Heritage® New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. Copyright © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Company.

  9. anonymous
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    i am sure

  10. anonymous
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    ok thank you could you help me with a other question ?

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    sure

  12. anonymous
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    whats your question @panfilo084 ?

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    thats it

  15. anonymous
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    are we finding the angle of AEC?

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    yes yes i am how do i find it ?

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    i cannot help you online because you need a protractor. once you have the protractor put the center dot directly on the center where all of the lines connect and see what number it lines up to. thats the answer

  18. anonymous
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    i do not understand could you like draw it out ? so can get an idea what to do ?

  19. anonymous
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    |dw:1443824665186:dw||dw:1443824701410:dw||dw:1443824760514:dw|

  20. anonymous
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    sorry for the bad drawing xD

  21. anonymous
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    so the line assigned with C goes to the number and that number is your answer but remember its reversed because A is going <--- so you use the second line of numbers (should be larger numbers than the first)

  22. anonymous
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    ok cool just one question arnt you soppost to use the other equations to answer this question ?

  23. anonymous
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    im not great at angles so all i know for sure is how to find the degree of the angle. im sorry i cannot help you with the actuall problem im only in 8th grade. you can try tagging someone who knows more than me. sorry

  24. anonymous
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    its ok bro and i got a other question maybe you can help its not about angles so it might b essier

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    sure. but i do have to go very soon to my football

  26. anonymous
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    whats the question?

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    @steve816

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    what grade are you?

  30. anonymous
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    10th

  31. anonymous
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    im sorry but i cannot do this it is far more advanced than what i know so far xD. sorry

  32. anonymous
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    sure thanks anyays dou you know anyone that could help ?

  33. anonymous
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    im looking at it and i dont understand because it tells you the value of x but yeah sorry. i made my acc today on openstudy so i dont know that many people

  34. anonymous
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    try @Mehek14

  35. anonymous
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    ok thanks bro dont worr y

  36. anonymous
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    sorry i couldnt solve those 2 :) hope you get the help. i have to go bye :)

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