of a triangle with the angles 54, 2x, and 4y show your work

of a triangle with the angles 54, 2x, and 4y show your work

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Use the given diagram and the given information to find the value of x m6=x; m8=x-20 is it x+(x-20)=90???

The measure of the supplement of an angle is 14 less than 3 times the measure of the complement. Find the measure of the complement. a) 9 b) 52 c) 142 d) 38

What is the value of b if... 11. a=6 and c=12 √108 12. a=18 and c=30 √576 13. a=7 and c=SQRT 85 14. a=1 and c=5 √24 15. a=1 and c=SQRT 2 16. a=10 and c=12 √44 17. a=21...

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Prove that the diaganols inside a regular pentagon forms another regular pentagon

The parallel sides of a trapezoid have lengths m and n. The diagonals of the trapezoid divide the midline into three pieces. In terms of m and n, find the lengths of these pieces.

line l contains points (4, -1) and (4, 9). Point P has coordinates (1, 6). Find the distance from p to l.

Line L contain points (-8, 1) and (3, 1). Point P has coordinates (-2, 4). Find the distance from p to l.

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Segment AC is a bisector of segment BD; ∠BCA ≅ ∠DCA Prove: ∠ABC ≅ ∠ADC Please help, this is due tomorrow! And thank you

Given: GH=JH K is the midpoint of GJ Prove:GKH=JKH

ODEF is a square. In terms of a, find -point e is (2a, 2a). point f is (0, 2a). point o is (0,0) and point d is (2a, 0) 2. The area of the square 3. The midpoint of FD 4. The midpoint of OE Point...

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What is the distance betwee

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How high is the kite?

what is the largest radius of a circle that encloses only 4 lattice points? (This is of course excluding lattice points on the circumference)