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A. 3.5 in B. 6.0 in C. 10.6 in D. 36.0 in

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The area is 1623.8 yd squared. The perimeter is 150 yd. What is the apothem of this regular polygon?

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There are four congruent circles inside the square that are all touching. The shaded region is everything but the 4 circles. What is the probability that the dart will land in the shaded...

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intersects at point G. If AE = BE, which equation must be true?

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A. A reflection in the x-axis followed by a reflection in the y-axis B. A rotation of 180 degrees C. A rotation of 90 degrees followed by a reflection in the x-axis D...

the measure of angle A is 12 degrees more than three times the measure of angle B. If A and B are supplementary angles, find the measure of angle A.

Angle A, B, and C = unknown a = 6 b = 8 c = 8 I understand the calculation, I just wasn't sure about my calculations

Angle A = 22 degrees Angle B and C = Unknown a = 6 b = 4 c = unknown

Consider the surface of a sphere of unit radius of area 4π. A great circle on a sphere is the intersection of that sphere with a plane through the centre. If two great circles meet at antipodal points...

Consider the surface of a sphere of unit radius of area 4π. A great circle on a sphere is the intersection of that sphere with a plane through the centre. If two great circles meet at antipodal points...

Angle C = 96 degrees Angle A and B = Unknown a = 6 b = 4 c = unknown

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