OpenStudy (bbb911):

Help me on this Geometry Question plzzzz

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

whats ur problem

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OpenStudy (bbb911):
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OpenStudy (bbb911):
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OpenStudy (anonymous):

the first attachment is 11.5 because sv is half of su so 23/2=11.5 :]

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

and the second attachment is 90 degrees because RVT is a line so 180 degrees and they are asking for half of it so 180/2=90 :]

7 years ago
OpenStudy (bbb911):

Thank you so much can you help me out on one more if thats okay with you? :)

7 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

yeah sure of course!

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OpenStudy (bbb911):
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OpenStudy (anonymous):

answer is a. 40 becaue it is parallel to the one oppite it :]

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OpenStudy (bbb911):
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OpenStudy (anonymous):

as it is a parallelogram

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OpenStudy (bbb911):
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OpenStudy (bbb911):
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OpenStudy (anonymous):

add the 2 angles up

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

i cant really see it because its really blurry sorry:(

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OpenStudy (bbb911):
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OpenStudy (bbb911):

which attachment?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

angle MJK is apposite of MLK

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

attachment #21

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OpenStudy (bbb911):
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OpenStudy (bbb911):

it says find m <KJM

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

the last question is c

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

which is #10 on the paper

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OpenStudy (bbb911):

thank you number 9

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

number 8 on the paper is 33.7 which is b

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

number 9 is d

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

is that all?

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OpenStudy (bbb911):

number 6 and 7 ?

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