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frac cos 90 ° +x.sin 180 ° +xtan 225 ° -cos 2-x Determine the general solution of 2 cos 2 θ =-0.44
Algebra
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Which congruence theorems can be used to prove △ ABR ≌ △ ACR? Select three options. HL SAS SSS ASA AAS
Geometry
10 months ago
What is the value of x [Art not to scale.] x=23 x=35 x=58 x=93
Geometry
10 months ago
semtence. On the coordinate plane, the number line that runs up and down is the x-coordinate y-coordinate x-axis _ Submit y-axis
Coordinate-geometry
10 months ago
1. Find the mean of the data set 18, 36, 24, 36, 30, and 36. a. 26 c. 36 b. 27 d._ 30 26 27 36 30
Algebra
10 months ago
Which statement best explains the relationship between lines CD and FG? They are perpendicular because their slopes are equal. They are perpendicular because their slopes are negative reciprocals. They are not perpendicular because their slopes are equal They are not perpendicular because their slopes are negative reciprocals.
Coordinate-geometry
10 months ago
Looking Back to your Lesson: In your previous lessons you have learned about quadratic equations and solving quadratic equation in different ways. Your understanding of that lessons and previously learned mathematics concepts and principles will facilitate your understanding in these succeeding lessons. To review what you have learned from those lessons, answer the given activity below. Find the roots of each of the following quadratic equations:
Algebra
10 months ago
The segments shown below could form a triangle. A 9 1 C A. True B. False
Geometry
10 months ago
Choose the letter of the correct answer. Write the chosen letter on a separate sheet of paper. 1. Express in simplest form the ratio of CD:EF , if CD=3 ft and EF=2 inch A. 3/2 b. 2/3 C 1/24 D. 24/1 2. What is the missing term in the proportion 2/5 = 4/y A. 8 B. 10 C. 12 D. 14 MATH S QUARTER 3 WeEK S P g a 1 10 Por numbers 3 -5. Refer to the given statements and figure of a triangle to answer the following. Given: △ ABC with DEparallel BC AB=12 AD=4 EC=10 3. What is the ratio AD:BD in simplest form? A 4/12 B. 1/3 C. 4/a D. 1/2 4. Which of the following is the value of AE? A.4 B.5 C.6 D. 7 S. What is the ratio AE: EC in simplest form? A 1/2 B. 2/5 C. 3/5 D. 7/10
Geometry
10 months ago
Rhombus LMNO is shown with its diagonals. Angle MNO measures 112 ° . What is the measure of angle LMN 34 ° 45 ° 56 ° 68 °
Geometry
10 months ago
Supervisor: "I need you to increase the number of customers you talk to daily by 20%." Employee: "I talk to an average of 8 customers per hour during an 8 hour shift so now I'll need to talk to _customers per day." 68 77 85 97 160
Algebra
10 months ago
Given △ QRSsim △ XYZ , what is the value of tan Q ? 3/5 3/4 4/5 4/3
Geometry
10 months ago
In circle N. overline KL ≌ overline ML What is the measure of angle JNK ? 66 ° 74 ° 77 ° 80 °
Geometry
10 months ago
Write 57,000 in standard form.
Algebra
10 months ago
4. The correct formula for cosine ratio of angle A is. 8. cos A=frac length of side adjacent to angle Alenoth of the hypotenuse c. cos A=frac eegath of the hypotenuslength of side opposite A b. cos A=frac eegath of side opposite to angle Alength of side adjacent to angle A d. cos A=frac length of side opposite to Atength of the hypotenuse
Algebra
10 months ago
write 40/17 as a decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth.
Algebra
10 months ago
In circle Y, what is mangle SZT ？ 86 ° 94 ° 108 ° 128 °
Geometry
10 months ago
5. Which of the following tables represent a function? a. x 0 1 1 0 y 4 5 6 7 . d. y 3 4 5 6
Algebra
10 months ago
What is the length of overline SR ? 9 units 12 units 15 units 18 units
Coordinate-geometry
10 months ago
Consider the diagram. Lines AC and RS can best be described as intersecting. parallel. perpendicular. skew.
Geometry
10 months ago
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