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For what value of c is the relation a function? 2,8,12,3,c,4,-1,8,0,3 -1 1 2 12
Algebra
10 months ago
MATHEMATICS 8 Quarter 4 Module 2: Topics: Applies Theorems on Triangle Inequality Direction: Determine whether it is possible to draw a triangle with the given side lengths. Write YES if it is possible and NO if not possible to draw a triangle.. .1 6, 8, 10 6. 5, 5, 10 2. 3, 3, 8 7. 7, 4, 10 3. 4, 11, 20 8.4, 4, 8 4. 2, 7, 12 9.5, 3, 5 5. 5, 7, 15 10. 8,11, 9
Geometry
10 months ago
Rama builds a frame for a square canvas that has an area of 196 square inches. What is the perimeter of the canvas? Type a number in the box. square inches
Geometry
10 months ago
Which expression best estimates 6 3/4 / 1 2/3 7 / 2 6 / 1 8 / 3 3 / 2
Algebra
10 months ago
Which algebraic expression is a trinomial? x3+x2- square root of x 2x3-x2 4x3+x2- 1/x x6-x+ square root of 6
Algebra
10 months ago
Activity 1 The base angles of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent. Given: Isosceles Trapezoid AMOR overline MOparallel overline AR Prove: angle A ≌ angle R angle AMO ≌ angle O Proof; Statements Reasons 1. Isosceles Trapezold AMOR 1. Given overline MOparallel overline AR 2. overline MA=overline OR MOUAR 2. 3. From M, draw :overline ME parallel overline OR where Elies on 3. Parallel Postulate overline AR 4. 4.Definition of a parallelogram 5. overline ME ≌ overline OR 5. Parallelogram Property 6. overline ORbot overline ME 6. Symmetric Property 7. 7. Transilive Properly 8. △ame is an isosceles triangle. 8. Definition of Isosceles Triangle 9. angle I ≌ angle A 9. Base Angles of an Isosceles Triangle are Congruent 10. angle 1=angle R 10. 11. angle R ≌ angle A 11. Substitution 1 2. angle A ≌ angle R 12. Symmetric Properly 13. angle A and angle AMO are supplementary 13. Same-Side Interior Angle are angles. angle O ond angle R are supplementary Supplementary SSIAS] ongles. 14. angle AMO ≌ angle O 14.
Geometry
10 months ago
The figure below can be used to prove the Pythagorean Theorem. Use the drop-down menus to complete the proof.. Click the arrows to choose an answer from each menu. The expression? Choose... represents the area of the figure as the sum of the area of the shaded triangles and the area of the white square.. The equivalent expressions Choose.... use the length of the figure to represent the area.. Setting two of these area expressions equal to each other and subtracting Choose... from both sides of the equation results in the Pythagorean Theorem. a2+b2=c2
Geometry
10 months ago
Which are properties of rotations? Check all that apply. Rotations are always counterclockwise. Rotations preserve size. Rotations of 360 ° map a figure to itself. Lines connecting corresponding points on the pre-image and image are parallel. Lines connecting corresponding points on the pre-image and image have equal length. length. Lines connecting the center of rotation to the pre-image and the corresponding point on the image have equal
Algebra
10 months ago
How many square meters are there in a floor that is 9 meters long by 12 meters wide? 99 108 109 117
Geometry
10 months ago
What is the greatest common factor of 12a and 9a2 ？ 9 36 Ca 12a2
Algebra
10 months ago
Which of the following hypotheses is written correctly? Select your answer. Frozen tennis balls will not bounce as high. If a tennis ball is frozen, it will not bounce as high as one that is not frozen. If I heat up a tennis ball, it will bounce high. If I freeze a tennis ball, then it will not bounce as high.
Algebra
10 months ago
Which of the following are among the five basic postulates of Euclidean geometry? Check all that apply. A. All right angles are equal. B. Any straight line segment can be extended indefinitely. C. A straight line segment can be drawn between any two points. D. All right triangles are equal.
Algebra
10 months ago
8. If x satisfies the inequality 4-x2 ≥ x-2 , then x is any real number such that, A x is greater than 2 B x is less than -3 C x is greater or equal to -3 but not greater than 2 D x is less than or equal to -3
Algebra
10 months ago
1. Which is not related to the word “inverse”? a. undo b. opposite c. delete d. interchange
Algebra
10 months ago
2. In a certain general assembly, three major prizes are at stake. In how many ways can the first, second, and third prizes be drawn from a box containing 120 names?
Statistics
10 months ago
Learning Task 2A: Analyzing Motion Graphs Match each description to its appropriate graph. Write your answer on a piece of paber. Figure 4. Sample Graphs 1. A boy running for 20 minutes then stops to rest. 2. Arock placed on top of a table. 3. A car moving uphill upward. 4. A child sliding down the slide. 5. A moving vehicle suddenly stops and remain at rest for some time.
Algebra
10 months ago
Which interval for the graphed function contains the local minimum? [-1,1] [1,2] [-3,-1] [-5,-3]
Algebra
10 months ago
The absolute value of 4+7i is equal to the square root of
Algebra
10 months ago
What is the perimeter of trapezoid JKLM? square root of 2+ square root of 5 units 2+ square root of 2+ square root of 5 units 9+2 square root of 2 units 9+ square root of 2+ square root of 5 units
Geometry
10 months ago
Which angles are corresponding angles? Check all that apply. A. 5 and 4 B. 1 and 6 C. 1 and 5 D. 8 and 1 E. 7 and 3 F. 1 and 4
Geometry
10 months ago
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