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Ok so I took this EOC and I want to know ho you solve this kind of problem. (Its in a drawing)
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In a geometry class, the students were asked to prove the theorem below by contradiction.
Theorem: A triangle has at the most one obtuse…
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Which step should be used to prove that point P is equidistant from points R and Q?
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In triangles PRS and PQS, all three angle…
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PQ and RS are two lines that intersect at point T.
(picture is provided)
Which fact is used to prove that angle PTR is always equal to ang…
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The steps in the simplification of the expression 6 + 3x + 4y − 2x – y − 7 are shown below.
Step 1: 6 – 7 + 3x − 2x + 4y − y
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Read the statements shown below.
Statement 1: If it has two sides, then it is a polygon.
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Look at the statement below.
“All dogs are mammals.”
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Which ones are logically equivalent?
Code # 1 (Inverse): If I do not use MathFinder, I will not defeat Dr. Madness.
Code # 2 (Converse): I…
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Heather is doing an indirect proof with five given statements and one conclusion. How many of these statements can be true based on her ass…
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Diana and Joby wrote the following proofs to prove that vertical angles are congruent. Who is correct?
Diana’s Proof
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What is the overall balanced equation for the Ostwald process? I can't find it anywhere
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What is the measure of angle ACB?
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The area of the front face of the analog clock shown below is 50.24 square inches. The length of the minute hand is 0.25 inches less than t…
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pH = log [1.2 × 103]
pH = 2.92
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pH = log [1.2 × 103]
pH = 2.92
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Sergio has two similar cylindrical pots, Pot A and Pot B. The radius of Pot A is 15 inches, and the radius of Pot B is 3 inches. What is the…
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Dana plans to cover this model of a half moon completely with silver foil.
( imagine a semicircle with a radius of 8 cm)
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If it requires 38.5 milliliters of 0.85 molar nitric acid to neutralize 20.0 milliliters of barium hydroxide, solve for the molarity of bari…
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Sergio has two similar cylindrical pots, Pot A and Pot B. The radius of Pot A is 15 inches, and the radius of Pot B is 3 inches. What is the…
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The total surface area of the smaller bin is 408.5 square feet. What is the surface area of the larger bin?
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340.4 square fee…
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If both the cones are congruent, which statement is true?
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The cones have different volumes.
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A section of a sphere that contains the diameter of the sphere is called a
chord
great circle
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The width of the tiled portion is 1.5 feet. What is the area of the tiled portion of the patio, rounded to the nearest whole square foot?
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If the measure of arc BCD is 250°, what is the measure of angle BCD?
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A quadrilateral PQRS is inscribed in a circle, as shown below
What is the measure of arc PQR?
190
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If the measure of arc AC is 140°, what is the measure of angle ABC?
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If you're rounding this number to the next whole number up with tenths place values would it be 177.01
176.71458676442586966352369030947
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Is this right? I had to find the interior and arc length of a pizza I created with a diameter of 14 inches.
Solved for the Pizza with 8 sl…
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A funnel with a height of 3.67 inches is shown below.
The funnel has a diameter of 1.87 inches that includes a wall that is 0.125 inches th…
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A neighborhood has provided trash cans to residents to dispose of their waste. All trash cans have a diameter of 1.5 meters and a height of …
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