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1. The pair of polygons at the right is congruent. What is mJ? (1 point)
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6. A student put together the experimental setup shown below. The selectively permeable membrane is permeable to water, but not the solute…
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Which of these is NOT true of cells? (1 point)
They are much like empty rooms.
They were first discovered in the 1600s.
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8. Is the line through points P(–7, 2) and Q(7, –6) parallel to the line through points R(–1, –5) and S(–3, –1)? Explain. (1 point)
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7. The folding chair has different settings that change the angles formed by its parts. Suppose m2 is 31 and m3 is 72. Find m1. The diagr…
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3. What is the relationship between 2 and 7?
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3. What is the relationship between 2 and 7?
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5. Find the value of x so that f g. The diagram is not to scale.
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3. What is the relationship between 2 and 7?
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3. The lines shown in the figure below are
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3. The xintercept of a line is –5 and the yintercept of the line is –2. What is the equation of the line? (1 point)
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2. What is the correct equation of the line shown below?
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1. What is the slope of the line passing through the points (2, 7) and (–1, 3)? (1 point)
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Which can be used to prove d t?
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Identify a pair of alternate exterior angles.
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State the missing reasons in this flow proof.
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State the missing reasons in this flow proof.
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Give the missing reasons in this proof of the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem.
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State the missing reasons in this flow proof.
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State the missing reasons in this proof.
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Find the value of x for which l is parallel to m. The diagram is not to scale.
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Which lines are parallel if m1 + m2 = 180? Justify your answer.
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Find the value of x. The diagram is not to scale. Lines f and g are parallel.
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Find m<Q
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Line r is parallel to line t. Find m5.
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How are 6 and 2 related?
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corresponding angles
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3. Line r is parallel to line t. Find m5.
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