I've tried this question repeatedly? Can any person who knows the analytic geometry field give me an answer? HELP? Quadrilateral PQRS has vertices P(3, 2), Q(0, 4), R(-2, 1) and S(1, -1) a)...

I've tried this question repeatedly? Can any person who knows the analytic geometry field give me an answer? HELP? Quadrilateral PQRS has vertices P(3, 2), Q(0, 4), R(-2, 1) and S(1, -1) a)...

Its about transformations.

Points of Triangle NPQ N (-14, -1) P (10, -3) Q (6, 7)

Two angles are complementary. One is twice as large as the other. The smaller angle is A. 15 degrees B. 30 degrees C. 45 degrees D. 60 degrees

Answers must be in fractions and/or radicals NOT rounded decimals

No, the 2 is not a typo, it is not -2

Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu. ∆ABC has vertices at A(11, 6), B(5, 6), and C(5, 17). ∆XYZ has vertices at X(-10, 5), Y(-12, -2), and Z(-4, 15). ∆MNO has vertices at...

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find the larger acute angle

If given a cube ABCD.EFGH with side length = 3. Point P on AB with AP:PB = 1:2 and point Q on GH with GQ:QH = 1:2.

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How many slices of bread with there have been?

Geometry word problem

How many feet wide is the goal

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