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CARPETING Find the amount of carpeting in square yards that is needed to cover this floor space.
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Find the volume of the cone. (Round to the nearest tenth.)
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Find the surface area of the complex solid. (Round to the nearest whole number.)
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Find the value of z.
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Find the values of x and y that ensure that the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.
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Determine the area of the figure.
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Find the value of x if the area of the trapezoid is 54.
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help please
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In the figure, if PQ = 16 and CD = 30 and PQ is the midsegment of AB and CD with M as its midpoint, then what is the length of a radius of …
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help with this matrices please
 updated 3 years ago
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The quadrilateral below is a parallelogram because_______.
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What is the measure of angle B?
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Find the value of x.
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Find the value of x to the nearest tenth.
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Find the value of x.
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What is the value of n?
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Find the m<1.
Answer 90° …
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What is the value of y?
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If the m<1 = 45 and <FGE is a right angle, what is the m<AGE?
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Jessica is standing 20 feet away from a skyscraper in New York when she measures the angle of elevation to the top of the building as 88.8°…
 updated 3 years ago
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In a triangle, the ratio of the measures of the sides is 2:3:4 and the perimeter is 72. Find the measures of the sides of the triangle.…
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Is it possible to draw a triangle with sides measuring 13, 21, and 39? Explain.
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Which segment has a measure of 7?…
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If the m<1 = 45 and< FGE is a right angle, what is the m<AGE?
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 updated 3 years ago
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If two angles form a linear pair, they are _______.
Answer supplementary …
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In the figure below, RT = DT and segment ST is parallel to segment CD. Which is CR if CS = 7?
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In the figure below, segments PS and CD are parallel and RP = 3DP. If CR = 16, then which is RS −CS?
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regular hexagon is similar to another polygon T. Which is the measure of one of the interior angles of T?
Answer 120 degrees
110 de…
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In the figure below, if m<P = 125, which is mL + m<N?
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In order to have the following triangles similar, which condition is necessary? …
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