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If i had 96 assignments due by june 29th how many would i have to do a day in order to finish?
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please help!!! Find the value of the hypotenuse for each of the following right triangles.
a = 11, b = 10
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Identify each polygon and calculate the perimeter of each.
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Calculate the circumference of the circles with the following dimensions.
C = circumference
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Given: Circle O, CD is diameter, chords: AB  CD. Arc AB =
68°, Find Arc C
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Name the bases of the trapezoid shown below
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True or false; A square is a rectangle and a rhombu
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Identify the postulate for each drawing
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Identify each of the following polygons
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Identify each of the following polygons
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Identify each of the following polygons
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Tell whether the following is or is not a polygon and justify your answer
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Tell whether the following is or is not a polygon and justify your answer
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Tell whether the following is or is not a polygon and justify your answer
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Find the measures of the following supplementary angles.
If Angle A measures The Angle B measures
126° …
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Identify the following as adjacent, complementary, supplementary, linear pairs, or vertical
angles. Some angles may have more than one ch…
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Identify the following as adjacent, complementary, supplementary, linear pairs, or vertical
angles. Some angles may have more than one ch…
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Identify the following as adjacent, complementary, supplementary, linear pairs, or vertical
angles. Some angles may have more than one c…
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Identify the following as adjacent, complementary, supplementary, linear pairs, or vertical
angles. Some angles may have more than one …
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Identify the following as adjacent, complementary, supplementary, linear pairs, or vertical
angles. Some angles may have more than one …
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Identify the following as adjacent, complementary, supplementary, linear pairs, or vertical
angles. Some angles may have more than one …
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are the measurements of the angles of triangles. Identify the type of triangle. 900, 350, 55
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HELLPPP!!!!Are the measurements of the lengths of the sides of triangles. Identify the types of
triangles.22cm, 22cm, 22in
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are the measurements of the lengths of the sides of triangles. Identify the types of
triangles. 9 in, 5in, 3 in
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are the measurements of the lengths of the sides of triangles. Identify the types of
triangles. 4 cm, 5ft, 4 c
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Identify each type of triangle below.
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Identify each type of triangle below.
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What are the end points of the triangle called?
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Name the rule for SSS,ASA,SAS,AAS
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identify each of the following angle measures as acute, right, obtuse, straight, or reflex.
61°
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