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The figure below shows CB = 8, BE = 12, AB = 3x – 1, and DB = 4x + 2.
If △ABC ~ △DBE, the value of x is _________
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The coordinates of rectangle ABCD are A(2, 7), B(8, 7), C(8, 10), D(2, 10). What are the coordinates of the point of intersection of the…
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What is the value of x?
5.1 in
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x^2+3x+15=?
HELP?
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The figure below shows a triangle with vertices A and B on a circle and vertex C outside it. Side AC is tangent to the circle. Side BC is a …
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The equation of a circle is shown below.
(x + 2)2 + (y + 1)2 = 4
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If i have an 18 inch pizza, what is it's interior angle and arc length of the slices? What is the area of each slice?
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The tent shown below is on display at a toy store.
What is the total surface area of the tent in square feet? Assume no material is used …
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What is the perimeter of the following polygon?
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HELP!!!!
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Sam is building an enclosure with recycled cardboard for his collection of model cars. His design is as shown.
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Figure EFGHK is to be transformed to Figure E′F′G′H′K′ using the rule (x, y)→(x + 8, y + 5).
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Look at the hexagon shown.
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ABCDEF is congruent to PQRSTU in the figure below. They represent the bases of two fountains.
If the total length of the brick edge for e…
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The coordinate grid below shows Triangle STU and its image after translation, Triangle S′T′U′.
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The figure shows two congruent regular polygons.
What is the value of m?
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There are \(n\) balls in the box. There are only black or white balls in the box. The number of white balls is unknown. Assume that that any…
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Bryan used a compass and found that side CA is congruent to side FD, and that side AB is congruent to side DE in the triangles shown below. …
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Jason uses the following steps to construct a perpendicular through a point C on a line segment.
Step 1: From point C, draw an arc inter…
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As part of constructing an isosceles triangle, Gail drew a line segment and plotted one vertex of the triangle on the line segment. With thi…
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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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Can you think of a few examples of how we write mathematical expressions in reallife?
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HELP?!?!
Look at the triangle shown below.
What is the length of the segment PD?
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TRIG D:
Look at the triangle shown below.
What is the length of the segment PD?
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TRIG :(((
A lamp post, CAB, bent at point A after a storm. The tip of the lamp post touched the ground at point C, as shown below.
What i…
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Two quadrilaterals EFGH and IJKL are drawn on a coordinate grid. The coordinates of the vertices of each quadrilateral are given below.
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why must trig hate me..
The height of a cell phone tower, AB, is 250 feet.
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Bill designs a table with a glass top.
What is the length of the side AB of the glass top?
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ok so i thought i understood TRIG but i really don't
Look at the figure.
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please help!
The figure below shows two triangles that were constructed using a compass and straightedge. Justin used the ASA postulate t…
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