A circle is centered at the point (-3, 2) and passes through the point (1, 5). For the point they want us to find, they give you the first number, which is (-7,?)
A circle is centered at the point (-3, 2) and passes through the point (1, 5). For the point they want us to find, they give you the first number, which is (-7,?)
performing any differentiation with a calculator that can determine gradient functions, show that for an isosceles triangle of fixed perimeter to have a maximum are the triangle needs to be equil...
through (2,3) parallel y=x+1
through (2,3) parallel y=x+1
find the complement of an angle whose measure is 42 degrees
Construct line segment AB so that AB = 4 in. Using A as the center, draw an arc with radius 3 in. Using B as the center, draw an arc with radius 2 in. Let C be the point of intersection of the...
What would be the best approach ? - Using trigonometry, solution of triangles, or direct algebra? I am ending up with very complex equations, but i believe they are solvable. Please help as it is...
In parallelogram ABCD, AC and BD intersect at E. If AE is 5x-6 and EC is 2x+3, find the of x. What is the length of AC? If BD is 6x, what kind of quadrilateral could his be? Why?
Jade is working on a puzzle for a company who makes games. She is working on a program that uses transformations to move the puzzle shown by TRIANGLE ABC into the target area shown by TRIANGLE DEF...
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In square ABCD, AC and BD intersect at E. Find the measure of every single angle in the diagram. If the measure of angle CED is represented by 5z+10, find the value of z.
In Rhombus JKLM, diagonals JL and KM intersect at O. If the measure of angle KJL is 32, find every angle in the diagram.
A rhombus has diagonals of lengths 12 and 16. Find the length of a side of the rhombus.
The perimeter of a rhombus is 40. If the measure of the short diagonal is 12, find the measure of the longer diagonal.
In parallelogram ABCD, AB=4x-3 and CD=2x+5. Find the length of AB. If AD=5z-7, what kind of quadrilateral could ABCD be? Why?
If the area of a square is 49, find the perimeter
its geometry
Geometry question involving angles and arcs
What is the answer of that question and the proof and given
This problem requires a 4 part construction with a preliminary analysis, contruction, proof, and an investigation. It uses the ideas of Euclidean geometry.