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I need one word to finish my senior exit! Please help!D;
"To express yourself is beautiful. To show off your culture and have pride in whe…
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Points A (10, 2), B (4, 2), C (4, 8), and D (10, 8) are plotted on a coordinate grid. Which statement is correct about the points?
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Some steps to construct an angle MNT congruent to angle PQR are listed below. Step 3 is not listed.
Step 1  Use a compass to draw an ar…
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Look at the figure.
What is the length of the segment AC?
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A trapezoid is drawn on a grid with vertices at P (5, 7), Q (2, 7), R (2, 3), and S (8, 3). Trapezoid UVWX will be drawn similar to Trape…
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Could I find the two missing angle measures if I know some of the side lengths of a right triangle?
& would it be possible to get a walk th…
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Similarities and differences between squares and kites?;o
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The picture shows the design of part of a bridge.
What should be the length of the suspension chord, AB, used to hold the bridge?
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In △JKL, what is the length of ?
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Describe the process to construct an obtuse isosceles triangle with vertices PQR using only a compass and straightedge, where Q is a point o…
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I'm not sure I'm understanding what these questions are asking me, or how to answer them.
The first one is "Use these two ways of classific…
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So, in English I'm working on Poe. I had a couple thoughts on s few things and I wanted to see what some of you thought.
First off, I was t…
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Carol wrote the following statements.
Statement 1: If two lines intersect in one point, then exactly one plane contains both lines.
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Kim is designing a railway track. Each point on the railway track should be equidistant from the two roads shown below. Kim wrote the fo…
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Write a journal entry from the perspective of a lusty pirate. What say you to these stuffy Puritans? How is their Puritan lifestyle differen…
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Draw an angle and copy it to the right of the original angle. Explain your steps and justify each step used.
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