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wats the question?

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24/4 and 36/4 should give you each of your dimensions

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:)

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Length=32cm width=20cm

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i got 6 and 8

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here-_- thats not finish

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36/4 is 9 not 8

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sorry i meant 9

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ok what u do is divide by 1/4 for both and add it to the original number

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1/4 of 36 is 9 and 1/4 of 24 is 6

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yes ...

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so d?

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ya

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width is wrong

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ok next!

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the width would be 7 then because 1/4 of 24 is 7-_-

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no

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Sorry im tired NVM Its a brain Fart

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1/4 of 24 is not 7

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LOLZ it's okay. It's 10:00 at night

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LMFAO I don't know what i was thinking

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next question?

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Meg described four triangles as shown below:
Triangle P: All sides have length 7 cm.
Triangle Q: Two angles measure 55°.
Triangle R: Two sides have length 8 cm, and the included angle measures 60°.
Triangle S: Base has length 8 cm, and base angles measure 55°.
Which triangle is not a unique triangle?
Triangle P
Triangle Q
Triangle R
Triangle S

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@geny55

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Yh i orginally thought that but the brain fart messed me up so bad

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P

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Triangle p

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You can make several triangles with angles of 55, so Triangle Q is not unique

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ima shut up now because im being dumb

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everyone has their "off"days. It's okay. :)

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so b?

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@heretohelpalways

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No but i was helping people and it was easy but now bam Brain Fart throw another question let me see if i can get it #WTF wrong with me

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Yh he is right B

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she not he :)

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Lisa wrote the following statement:
"You can only draw one unique isosceles triangle that contains an angle of 65°."
Which statement is true?
Lisa is incorrect, because more than one triangle can be drawn with the given information.
Lisa is correct, because only one unique triangle can be drawn with the given information.
Lisa is incorrect, because the triangle described cannot be drawn with the given information.
None of the above.

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sorry you names just broad no sexism intended

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you can draw several isosceles triangles with angles of 65 so she would be incorrect, and the answer would be A

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@Sohal It's okay :)

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aer you sure its A and not B?

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Ps im not answering Cause im so dum so i will wait till you answer

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all then figure it out

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Ya, I'm sure it's A - what do you think Sohal?

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I can tell you it is not a Not enough info is given

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there is enough info given

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No there is not... wait let me check my mofo question..

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Honestly just trust him for now Ima quickly take a break i have been on this for 3 hours its getting to my head

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so A?

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yes, A

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got to go :( I have to get some sleep.

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Ps ill be back ima take a break and play 5min of agar.io

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Which of the following possibilities will form a triangle?
Side = 16 cm, side = 8 cm, side = 7 cm
Side = 16 cm, side = 9 cm, side = 7 cm
Side = 17 cm, side = 12 cm, side = 7 cm
Side = 17 cm, side = 11 cm, side = 5 cm

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C

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since 12+7=19>17

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brush how long i a triangle

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bye

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but what about b?

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yep thats it im done give me 5 min break then i can properly help you okay?

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the two legs have to be greater than the hypotenuse - it can't be the same

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Was that the last question?

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I'm tired.

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no almost :)

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pls post the next question quickly

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ok im back i feel better o let me help 2

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...1 hour later

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bye @Sohal and @geny55

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Explain the questions to @geny55 okay:)

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thanks, bye

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Peace bruh ill help him

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*leaves the room*

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I luv how auto correct changes Bruh to brush

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geny u there

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ok wat u need help on I got this XD

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yes im here.. please dont leave yet.. i only have 4 more quick ones :)

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Ps im more of a science guy then math and science is my better subject but math is up there

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Wait is this proofs

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I hate proofs >:( but I can help

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a=30 degrees B=60 degrees and c=75 degrees Ps diagram is so small

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ps i take that back its not proof I thought it was because I couldn't read it any more help

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Hello?

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Geny Hello?

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Angle A is 30 degrees

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to find angle C, do 180-75, and Angle C would be 105 degrees

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to find angle B, do 180-120

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