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Lime:
What is the distance between P(–4, 3) and Q(6, 1)?
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Lime:
All angles in the figure below are right angles. What is the area of the figure?
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Zaboo:
explain how you could construct adjacent congruent angles
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Fashionable:
Someone pweez help me.
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DECEMBER_305:
Describe circumstances where you would add exponents and when you would multiply exponents
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peachez:
A triangle's circumcenter may be ________ the triangle.
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computergeek123:
Could someone please help me?
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mikala:
The most basic concepts of cell theory are that cells are the basic units of life and that all living things are made of cells. Which answer…
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Lime:
Body fat is defined as the proportion of fat that is in your body compared to your bone and muscle. True of False?
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jking:
In your own words, describe an interaction between the biosphere and the hydrosphere
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ashleybcd:
What grows inside the structure pictured below?
A. Gametophytes
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gabriela93:
What happens after prophase?
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Lime:
Is the Gettysburg Address an example of avant garde?
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Lime:
An airplane at T(80,20) needs to fly to both U(20,60) and V(110,85). What is the shortest possible distance for the trip?
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Lime:
To construct a copy of angle ABC, the material that is NOT necessary, is a compass or a protractor?
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Lime:
Which of the following must be true about a perpendicular bisector and the segment it bisects?
The perpendicular bisector and the segment…
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Insanity13:
Cos 20pi/3
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Lime:
x  30 + x + 76 = 180
2x + 46 = 180
2x = 134
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raevenbennett:
The number 3.14 or the fraction 22/7 is the approximation for
A.any circle's circumference
B.a circle's area divided by its perimeter…
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Lime:
Here we go again. Tired of these yet? Obtuse triangles. <DGF = 84°, then <DEF = ?°
42°
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Lime:
Geometry: Is my answer correct?
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Lime:
MO bisects LMN, m<LMN = 6x – 28, m<LMO = x + 34. Find m<NMO.
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k.phillips:
write two analogies that express each relationship below:
*performer and action
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Lime:
More angles! Are 3 and 4 complementary?
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amber517:
1. From the graph below, state the coordinates of the point at which the two lines intersect.
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LoveToDance22:
Geometry, please help!
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Lime:
Angles 1and 2 are adjacent angles. True or false?
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santiago345:
simplify by combining like terms:
8r(3s5r)
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Lime:
Find m<ABC if the line BD bisects <ABC and given m<ABD = 5x and m<DBC = 3x + 10?
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kymber:
Suggestion: a way to favourite questions.
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