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Find two supplementary angels such that the measure of the first angle is 38° less than three times the measure of the second
Which of the following figures in a plane separates it into half-planes? F. A line G. A ray H. An angle J. A point K. A line segment
find the total surface area of a 3-D composite figure? Do you subtract one base from one of the figures or both of its bases?
The length of a rectangle is 5 greater than 3 times the width. The area of the rectangle is 22cm. Find the length and the width. (SHOW STEPS)
The second statement is the ___________ of the first. A. inverseB. contrapositiveC. contradictionD. converse
One angle of an isosceles trapezoid has measure 57. What are the measures of the other angles?
One angle is five less than three times the size of another angle. Together they have a sum of 143 degrees. What are the sizes of each angle?
Adam drew two same size rectangles and divided them into the same number of eqal parts. He shaded 1/3 of one rectangle and 1/4 of the other rectangle. What is the least number of parts into which both rectangles could be divided?
Calculate this unknown angles:
It takes a hose 4 minutes to fill a rectangle 9inc long, 11inches wide and 12 inches tall, how long will it take to fill an aquarium 24 by 25 by 33 inches tall
Inequality2 < 1 - x < 6
what does perpendicular mean
Which of the following are congruence transformations? A. Shrinking B. Rotating C. Reflecting D. Stretching E. Translating
If a storm windows has an area of 315 square inches, what are the dimensions if the window is 6 inches higher than it is wide (w x h)
To find the area of a rectangle, is it supposed to go area=lxw?
In the given figure, the value of x is
Two cars leave an intersection at the same time, one travelling at 70km/h along one road and the other car travelling at 80km/h along the other road. After 2 hours they are 218 km apart. At what angle, to the nearest minute, do the roads meet at the intersection.
Gantham, Heldy and Jacson are three towns. Gantham is due east of Jacson and Heldy is 50km due south of Jacson. The distance between Gantham and Heldy is 82km. Work out the bearing of Heldy from Gantham.
Find the angles V and T
The question that I’m having issues with is, "The complement of an angle, A, in degrees, is equal to one-sixth of the supplement of the angle, also in degrees. Then A= "I know the answer is 72 degrees, but I don’t know how to figure the problem out!
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