1) in triangle ABC <B=53 degrees, b=6.2 cm, and <C=47 degrees. Find the length of side a 2) A kayak leaves a dock on Lake Athatbasca, and heads due north for 2.8 km. At the same...
1) in triangle ABC <B=53 degrees, b=6.2 cm, and <C=47 degrees. Find the length of side a 2) A kayak leaves a dock on Lake Athatbasca, and heads due north for 2.8 km. At the same...
I'm not sure how to solve this, or what a ratio means.
Find m<1 using the given information. m<1=5x, m<4=2x+90 X= <1=
A tetrahedron has edges of 5cm each. What is the angle between any two faces? Please explain how to answer this question. Thanks :)
If supplement of an angle has a measure 78 less than the measure of the ange, what are the measures of the angles?
Find the length of side BD.
Determine the interior angles of triangle ABC for A(5,1), B(4, -7), and C (-1,-8)
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what is the degrees of a hexagon
A rectangle has EI = 3x+8 FI=5x-6 and m<IGF=29 Find EG and m<IFE
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IM TRYING TO SEE WHAT ARE ALL THE ANGLES