finding midpoint to the line segment

finding midpoint to the line segment

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Measurement angle xyz equals (3x - 5)° and measurement angle xyz = x°

(4, 2) (2, 4) (–4, –2) (–2, –4)

find the vaulues of x and y in the parallelagram below

Given AB||CD; EC=ED Prove: <1=<2 There is only one triangle with C and D on the bottom and 1 and 2 on the top. There is a straight line above the triangle which is AB and has a...

<1 &<2 form a linear pair. <2&<3 are supplementry prove <1 ~ <3

Write an equation that passes through (5,4) and is perpendicular to y=-1/3x-6

Write an equation that passes through (-5,-4) and is parallel to y=-2x-10

Write an equation that passes through (2,0) and is parallel to y=-1/2x+6

Write an equation of a line that passes through (5,20) and is perpendicular to y=1/2x+8

The equation of a circle is x^2+y^2-2x+6y+3=0. What are the coordinates of the center and the length of the radius of the circle.

Write an equation of a line that passes through (3,9) and is parallel to y=4x-8

there are 5 awnsers

You have a polygon on a coordinate plane that you must use a minimum number of reflection to get the polygon back to its original orientation and location. The one rule is that you can’t redo previous...

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.

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.

This is for one of my classes online. It would help a lot if someone could help me out. Thanks.

Trapezoid ABCD is shown. A is at negative 5, 1. B is at negative 4, 3. C is at negative 2, 3. D is at negative 1, 1. (x,y)→(y,-x); A' is at (1, 5) (x,y)→(y,x); A' is at (1, -5) (x,y)→(-x,y);...

rapezoid ABCD is reflected over the line y = x. What rule shows the input and output of the reflection, and what is the new coordinate of A'? Trapezoid ABCD is shown. A is at...