It is a hard geometry topic that I never understand how to operate.

It is a hard geometry topic that I never understand how to operate.

17 feet 45degrees 55 degrees

What is the length of the short section of the outer frame indicated by x in the drawing?

A local restaurant had a dining area of 2750 ft 2. In order to ensure the restaurant is not overcrowded, a population density of 0.1293 people per square foot is Used. What is the maximum number...

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two angles are supplementary. one is 78° more than twice the other. Find the measures of the angles.

What is the measure of the smaller angle

In a rectangle ABCD the diagonals intersect each other at point O, E is a midpoint of the side AB , and m∠BAC = 50°. Find the measure of angle EOD. In a rectangle ABCD the diagonals...

In a rectangle the angle between diagonals is 60°. The sum of the lengths of both diagonals and both shorter sides of the rectangle is 36 in. Find the lengths of the diagonals. In...

D=.60 RPM= 260 Traveling for 5 minutes How many meters for any point?

A water sprinkler covers the area shown in the figure. It moves through the covered area at a rate of about 5 degrees per secon.

A water sprinkler covers the area shown in the figure. It moves through the covered area at a rate of about 5 degrees per secon.

I'm trying to solve a problem that ask can right angle triangle have a square perimeter and it comes to the point that ask, can 2m(m+n) be a perfect square if m>n.

I have this geometry question.

Can someone please help me with this?

Please explain the question "if you had a block of each type of wood with the same dimensions how would their weight compare explain"

It's a geometry question

Matt has two posters for his science project. Each poster is a rectangle. The length of the larger poster is 11 inches. The length of the smaller poster is 6 inches. What is the area...

I am doing corrections on a homework assignment and I have no idea how to do these word problems.

how do u find this out

can you prove Fermat's little theorem using any different method, like geometry or graphing

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