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what is the common ratio of FDE to CAB?

  • 10th geometry -

    21 and 22, find the lengths xand y. (Every angle on each block is a right angle.)

  • 10th geometry -

    A tabletop represents a plane. Examine the combination of points and lines that hold each tabletop in place. Removing one point or line would cause the tabletop to wobble or fall. In geometry, we say that these combinations of points and lines determine a plane. For each photo, use geometric terms to describe what determines the plane represented by the tabletop

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