anonymous
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The figure below shows a square ABCD and an equilateral triangle DPC: Jake makes the chart shown below to prove that triangle APD is congruent to triangle BPC: Statements Justifications In triangles APD and BPC; DP = PC Sides of equilateral triangle DPC are equal Sides of square ABCD are equal In triangles APD and BPC; angle ADP = angle BCP Angle ADC = angle BCD = 90° and angle ADP = angle BCP = 90° − 60° = 30° Triangles APD and BPC are congruent SAS postulate Which of the following completes Jake's proof?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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josedavid
  • josedavid
u are in flvs in 10 grade
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes

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josedavid
  • josedavid
u are in english2 and i can help u in geometry, i need help with 2.011
josedavid
  • josedavid
*U HAVE
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you help me with this question.
josedavid
  • josedavid
that's is why im here and help u help me with english2 if u have it
anonymous
  • anonymous
I am a senior and i am making up my credits for geometry
anonymous
  • anonymous
I dont have it . Sorry i only hace geometry right now
anonymous
  • anonymous
@malcolmmcswain can you help me?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@mathwizzard3 can you help me
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
So what part do you need help with?
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
The second one would be because all the sides of a square are equal.
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
And where is the following?
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
Are you there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you help me with this one it is asking if the figures are similar and why
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mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
No because the the two 5 and 2 are not similar because it would only make sense if it was half meaning the top for the small one would have to be 2.5
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes; the corresponding angles are congruent. No; the corresponding angles are not congruent. Yes; the corresponding sides are proportional. No; the corresponding sides are not proportional.
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
D
anonymous
  • anonymous
D right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
yup :P
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
No problem!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ethan is using his compass and straightedge to complete a construction of a polygon inscribed in a circle. Which polygon is he in the process of constructing?
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mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
Do you have multiple choice answers?
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
Because I'm kinda stuck on this one :/
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes A: equlaterial triangle B: square C: regular pentagon D: regular hexogon
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
I would say either C or D.
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
probably D though
anonymous
  • anonymous
Rectangle J'K'L'M' shown on the grid is the image of rectangle JKLM after transformation. The same transformation will be applied on trapezoid STUV, as shown below:
anonymous
  • anonymous
A:sss B:sas C:asa D:aas

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