angle A is 5y-54. Angle B is 2y-60 and Angle C is 3x
angle A is 5y-54. Angle B is 2y-60 and Angle C is 3x
A picture is not provided with the problem, however, it is told that it is a parallelogram.
Sides SV and TU are opposite each other and side VU is opposite side ST. The figure itself is a parallelogram.
Given : 〉ABCD Prove: ∠D ≅ ∠B _D______________C | 1 /...
m(<B)=60• ,it's perimeter=13cm and the length of the minor diagonal=3.5cm find the length of AB and BC
I have a parallelogram labeled TSQR and H is the midpoint. I am supposed to solve for X given SH= 2x+7 and SQ= 2x+14, how do i setup the equation to solve for X?
Do the angles of a parallelogram have a certain measure or do they just have different measures in each problem?
I think I have to prove that the other opposite sides are also parallel, but I am not sure how to do it. It is given that the other opposite sides are congruent and parallel.
Find the area of the parallelogram spanned by the vectors <1, 0, -1> and <-2, 2, 0>. I have troubles with dot products.
I have been having trouble with parallelograms.
Prove that ABDE is a parallelogram and prove that if the altitudes on AC from d and b are egual,then AC bisects bd
the shape is a parallelogram there is x________________w ...
Quad. DECK is a parallelogram. Complete.