The measure of one exterior angle of a regular polygon is 24 degrees

The measure of one exterior angle of a regular polygon is 24 degrees

I need help answer this qouesstion. I need to find the measure of two angels which they are (2x+10) and (3x-5)?

need it be the shortest but not the direct method

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<a=48 <b=4x+38 solve for x and then find the measure of angle b

round to the nearest tenth if necessary.

A(-5,6) B(6,6) C(3,-3) D(-3,-3)

The area of the rectangle is 56cm2. The rectangle is the base of a right prism. Find the volume of right prism if the height of the prism is x-2 cm. One long side of the rectangle is x+2 and a...

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The area of a triangle is 80 in squared. The ratio of the length of its base to its height is 5 : 2. What are the base and height of the triangle?

Points A(−6,1) and B(0,4) are located in a coordinate plane. What is the distance from A to B?

I have special right triangles 45 45 90. I need to find the hypotenuse. the height of the triangle is 11 square root of 2 over 2

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A 12-ft-long ladder is leaning against a wall and makes a 77 degree angle with the ground. How high does the ladder reach on the wall? Round to the nearest inch.

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I understand it partially but i dont understand it when i get to this step. y-(-5)=3(x-2) y+5=-3x+6 why does the negative 5 switch to +5?

I'm not sure what each of the sides/measurements are called but I think the height is 5 cm, the length is 12 cm and the other sides are 10 and 13 cm.

Determine whether the quadrilateral with vertices A(5,7), B(1,-2) C (-6,-3) and D (2,5) is a parallelogram by using the slope formula

Draw a triangle ABC and let AM and BN be two of its medians, which intersect at G. Extend AM to the point P that makes GM=MP. Prove that PBGC.