# Geometry

**Geometry**

Two buildings are separated by an alley. From a window 80 feet above the ground in one of the buildings, it can be observed that the angle of elevation to the top of the other building is 62*, and the angle of depression the the bottom of the building is 75*. Find the height, ...

**coordinate geometry**

find the equation of circle having centre in 1st quadrant, touching x-axis,having a common tangent y=3^1/2x+4 with the circle x^2+y^2+4x+4y+4=0 such that the distance between two circles along the x-axis is 3 units ?

**geometry**

What are the lengths of the legs of a right triangle in which one acute angle measures 19° and the hypotenuse is 15 units long?

**geometry**

Which is not true about adjacent angles? A They are coplanar. B They share a common side. C They have no interior points in common. D They have the same measure.

**Geometry**

Find the measure of an angle if its measure is 8 less than its complement

**Geometry**

The measure of angle 2 is 20 less than one third the measure of its supplementary angle 1. Find the measure of the angles

**Geometry**

Write a two column proof for: Given t is parallel s; angle 5 is congruent to angle 6. Prove: l is parallel m. Statements Reasons 1. t is parallel 1. Given to s 2.

**Geometry**

Find the distance CD rounded to the nearest tenth. C=(7,-4) D=(-8,-5) CD=?

**geometry b**

Point T is the midpoint of . The coordinate of T is (0, 4) and the coordinate of J is (0, 2). The coordinate of H is: z

**Geometry I**

Two transformations take place, the resultant change is A(x,y) ---A''(x+4, y-6), This is a result of a reflection in the y axis followed by a _________ (translation, reflection, rotation). I have the answer give by teacher as a "reflection, but I don't understand why or how ...

**Geometry I**

Two transformations take place, the resultant change is A(x,y) ---A''(x+4, y-^, This is a result of a reflection in the y axis followed by a _________ (translation, reflection, rotation). I have the answer give by teacher as a "reflection, but I don't understand why or how the...

**Geometry**

If XZ=50, what are XY and YZ XY=a YZ=a+8 Can someone help me ASAP..IM SO CONFUSED

**geometry**

sketch LM on paper. Construct a line segment to LM. Then construct the perpendicular bisector of a line segment

**geometry**

The measure of the supplement of an angle is three times the measure of the complement. Solve for the angle. I just want to find the equation but I do not understand it. I know that the angle is 40 degrees. Please teach me how to find the equation

**geometry**

the teacher: 15 seconds after the buzzer, the teacher has 135 meters to go to the finish line. 32 seconds after he left the starting line, the teacher has to run 50 meters more to the finish line. Usain Bolt: 22 seconds after the buzzer, usain has 189 meters to finish. 36 ...

**Geometry**

The midpoint of uv is (5 -11). the coordinates of one endpoint are u(3 5) find the coordinates of endpoint v. I really need help asap! i have to put this in today.. Please and thank you!

**Geometry**

The midpoint of uv is (5 -11). the coordinates of one endpoint are u(3 5) find the coordinates of endpoint v. I really need help asap! i have to put this in today.. Please and thank you!

**geometry**

triangle xyzangle y=90,anglez=60,xz=12cm then what is the length of sideyz

**Plane and solid geometry**

Change to standard form 2x^2+4y^2-12x-64y-16=0 i don't know how to solve it.

**Geometry**

Find the measure of the third angle of a triangle given the measure of two angles are 86º and xº. A- 86-x B- 90-x C- 94-x D- 180-x My answer was A. Please correct me if I am wrong. Thank you

**geometry**

for two angles ABC and DBC the measure of ABC was 30 degrees and DBC is its complement. ray BE is the angle bisector of ABD. consider each angle. does the angle have a measure of 45 degrees? select yes or no for DBC ABE DBE

**History**

All day long and in all places I am always fastening upon you, stirring you and persuading you and reproaching you. You will not easily find another like me. Use the passage to answer the question. 1. In the passage, what Greek philosopher describes his own method of seeking ...

**geometry**

A circle has a center at (8, 2). The point (3, 7) is on the circle. What is the area of the circle to the nearest tenth of a square unit?

**Geometry**

How do we use geometry in our everyday lives?

**Geometry**

1) What are the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of the statement? Which statements are true? If the figure is a rectangle with sides 2 cm and 3 cm, then it has a perimeter of 10cm. My A: the statement is not true. 2) What are the hypothesis and the conclusion of the ...

**Geometry**

A 12-ft-by-15-ft rectangular swimming pool has a 3-ft-wide-no-slip surface around it. What is the outer perimeter of the no-slip surface? 78 ft 78 ft^2 198 ft 198 ft^2 I've already completed it, and know the answer is 78 ft, but I don't quite understand it. I would appreciate ...

**Geometry**

The vertices of ∆ABC are A (-2,5), B(-2,4), and C(-5, 3). If ∆ABC is reflected across the line y=-2 to produce the image ∆A’B’C, find the coordinates of the vertex A’ if ∆ABC is reflected across the line x= -2.

**Geometry**

1) What are the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of the statement? Which statements are true? If the figure is a rectangle with sides 2 cm and 3 cm, then it has a perimeter of 10cm. My A: the statement is not true. 2) What are the hypothesis and the conclusion of the ...

**geometry**

I am not a student, I am a parent trying to help my son. I understand why you do not want to solve the questions, but can you please help me set them up correctly so I can try? h = -16t(exponent 2) + 60t where t is the time in seconds. A) Factor the expression B) What is the ...

**Enriched Geometry**

Rotate (0,1) counter clockwise 18000 degrees

**Geometry**

Point A (-2,3) and point B (4,6) are the endpoints of segment AB. What are the coordinates of point C on segment AB that AC is 2/3 the length of segment AB from point A? Please help, thanks.

**Geometry**

can someone explain this to me? When using the midpoint formula, what is different between a number line and a coordinate plane?

**Geometry**

The midpoint of UV is (5, -11). The coordinates of one endpoint are U(3, 5). Find the coordinates of endpoint V. I know what the question is asking, but I'm not sure what steps to take to calculate the other endpoint based on the midpoint. Please help, I have limited time!

**world history**

1. Which statement best describes the period known as the Old Kingdom? It was a time of dynastic uncertainty. It was a time of development. It was a time of great geographic expansion.*** 2. In what way was the Nile both a benefit and a disadvantage for Egypt? It provided ...

**Geometry**

Please help me. What is the radius of a circle whose area is equal to sum of the ares of the circles with radii which are 14cm and 18cm?

**geometry**

A line segment on a number line has its endpoints at -9 and 6 find the coordinate of the midpoint of the segment please help the answer choices are A.1.5 B.-1.5 C.2 D.-3

**Geometry**

A map has the scale 2.5 inches:.75 miles. The distance from east to west is 6 inches what is the distance in miles

**geometry**

using the slope y-intercert equation, how do you write an equation that passes through point p and is parallel to the line. P(2,4), y = -3x. Is it y = -3x + 10? Thanks

**Geometry**

angle m3 = 37. Find angle m1

**geometry**

he coordinates of point A are (3, 4). The coordinates of point B are (4, 1). If point M is the midpoint of segment AB, what is true about AM and MB?

**Geometry**

1) Explain how you can use a straightedge and a compass to construct an angle that is both congruent and adjacent to a given angle. 2) When constructing a perpendicular bisector, why must the compass opening be greater than the 1/2 the length of the segment? 3) When ...

**World history**

1. Which statement best describes the period known as the Old Kingdom? It was a time of dynastic uncertainty. It was a time of development. It was a time of great geographic expansion.*** 2. In what way was the Nile both a benefit and a disadvantage for Egypt? It provided ...

**Geometry**

I have another question that stumped me Line segment AB with length a is divided by points P and Q into three line segments: AP , PQ, and QB , such that AP = 2PQ=2QB. Find: A)the distance between point A and the midpoints of the segments the segment QB B) the distance between ...

**Geometry**

I am doing 7th grade algebra, and my homework is due by 9:00 and I don't know how to solve this question: Find the measures of supplementary angles 1 and 2 if, A) m angle 1 is less than m angle 2 by 40 degrees B) m angle 1:m angle 2=5:4 Please help soon my class starts at 9:00

**Geometry**

If there are 7.48 gallons of water in a cubic foot, how many gallons of water is needed to fill a pool that is 2,260.8 cubic feet?

**GEOMETRY**

Find the coordinates of the points that divide the segment A(-6, -3) and B(3, 1) into three equal parts.

**Geometry and algebra**

A rectangle wother does 12 and 16 cm is inscribed in a circle with centre of.a dart is thrown and lands in the interior of circle what is its probability of dart that lands in the shaded region

**geometry**

M<deg = 5x-4,m<gef =7x-8,m <deh= 9y+5

**Wold History**

1. Which statement best describes the period known as the Old Kingdom? It was a time of dynastic uncertainty. It was a time of development. It was a time of great geographic expansion.*** 2. In what way was the Nile both a benefit and a disadvantage for Egypt? It provided ...

**Geometry**

Triangle ABC is given by the points A(1,1), B(3,2), C(2,3). Consider each rule of transformation. Does the rule result in an image with points A'(2,2), B'(6,3), and C'(4,4). (x,y) transforms into (x,y+1) y/n (x,y) transforms into (2x,2y) y/n (x,y) transforms into (2x,y+1) y/n

**Geometry**

For two angles, <ABC and <DBC, m<ABC = 30 and <DBC is its complement. Ray BE is the angle bisector of <ABD. Consider each angle. Does the angle have a measure of 45 degrees? <DBC True or False <ABE True or False <DBE True or False

**Math (Geometry)**

What is the converse of this statement: if two angles are supplementary and congruent, then they are right angles.

**Geometry plz help**

1.Which choice shows a true conditional with a correctly identified hypothesis and conclusion? •If next month is January, then this month is the last of the year. Hypothesis: This month is the last of the year. Conclusion: Next month is January. <===My answer •Next ...

**Geometry H**

If BD is the angle bisector of <ABC, and BE is the angle bisector of <DBC. If the m<ABC = 72, what is m<CBD?

**Geometry**

1.Which choice shows a true conditional with a correctly identified hypothesis and conclusion? •If next month is January, then this month is the last of the year. Hypothesis: This month is the last of the year. Conclusion: Next month is January. <===My answer •Next ...

**Math for Ms. Sue**

A geometry class has a pizza party. there are 14 students that have a pizza. Each pizza has 8 slices. The teacher wants to buy the least number of pizzas so that they are the same number of slices for each student. (I know the answers, but I don't know how to show the work.) ...

**Math**

A geometry class has a pizza party. there are 14 students that have a pizza. Each pizza has 8 slices. The teacher wants to buy the least number of pizzas so that they are the same number of slices for each student. (I know the answers, but I don't know how to show the work.) ...

**geometry**

An equilateral triangle has an apothem of 5 cm. Find the perimeter of the triangle to the nearest centimeter.

**History**

8. Which of the following idenetifies important advances in learning made by ancient Egyptians? (1 point) A.hieroglyphs, knowledge of the human body, and geometry B. Cuneiform, advanced farming techniques, and pyramids C. Knowledge of surgery, creation of legal code, and a ...

**Geometry**

Help! I need a 7 step proof of 4 triangles cut by two intersecting transversals. E IS THE MIDPOINT OF Ac. And two lines are parallel . Prove E is also the midpoint of something else

**Geometry**

E = hc/y , solve for the variable h

**Geometry**

Find the point, M, that divides segment AB into a ratio of 3:2 if A is at (0, 15) and B is at (20, 0).

**geometry**

The area of a triangle with sides 10,10,12 is __ sq. units.

**Geometry**

The midpoint of UV is (5,-11). The coordinates of one endpoint are U(3,5). Find the coordinates of endpoint V. (please show work and explain.)

**math geometry**

The area of a rectangular wall of a barn is 80 square feet. The length is 12 feet longer than twice its width. Find the length and width of the barn.

**geometry**

Do the two recipes describe the same shape

**geometry**

Draw a righ t triangle with legs of length 3cm and 6cm

**Geometry**

PLease check my answer. Which of these is a step in constructing an inscribed circle using technology? A. Construct segment DB, segment CE, segment GI, and segment ID. B. Create circle A with point B on the original circle. *** C. Create circle E which passes through points A ...

**geometry**

if one of the two vertical angles has a measure of 3x and the other has a measure of 5x - 80. Find the measure of each.

**Math geometry**

What is a Volume in a cubic feet of a box that is 3 feet long 8 feet wide and 16 feet high

**Geometry**

I need help with this paragraph proof I have no clue what I am doing. Given: QS bisects angle PQR. Angle PQS equals 45 degrees. Prove: PQR is a right triangle. I really need help, I don't want to fail.

**geometry**

Find the area of a regular hexagon with the given measurement. 4-inch side A = sq. in.

**geometry**

A rectangle has a perimeter of 4242 inches. The width of the rectangle is 33 inches less than one half 1/2 the length. What are the dimensions of this rectangle? Write your answer in the form "width, length thank you

**Geometry**

The question is as follows: Two sides of an isosceles triangle with perimeter 112 cm are in the ratio 3:2. Find ALL possible lengths for the base. Please help. Thanks!

**Geometry again**

This is exactly what the problem says: Two sides of an isosceles triangle with perimeter 112 cm are in the ratio 3:2. Find ALL possible lengths for the base.

**geometry**

Two sides of an isosceles triangle with perimeter 112 cm are in the ratio 3:2. Find ALL possible lengths for the base.

**Geometry**

Find the area of the largest square that can be cut from a circle whose radius 4 millimeter?

**Geometry**

Two spheres of copper, of radii is 1centimeter and 2centimeter respectively, are melted into a cylinder of radius 1centimeter. Find the altitude of the cylinder.

**Geometry**

Line MP bisects <LMN, m<LMP=4x+3 and m<LMN=10x-6. Find m<LMN. I understand how to find adjacent angles and the complement. I don't understand what I am supposed to do? Since it already give you the answer 10x-6, should I solve for x?

**Geometry**

A rectangular prism is measured 84 cm(l) x 42cm (w) x 56cm h. What is the largest size cube that fits the dimensions of the prism? Number of cubes required? Maximum length of the edge of the cube that fits 64cm, 42cm, and 56cm is _____cm. Number of cubes____

**Geometry**

Write a two-column proof. Given: 7y=8x-14; y=6 Prove: x=7 I need help making a two-column proof with the statements and the reasons, please! Thank you! ( This is what I have so far) Statements | Reasons 1. 7y=8x-14;y=6 | Given 2. 7(6)=8x-14 | Substitution 3. ????|???? 4...

**geometry**

A right prism has an altitude of 16 cm and a base that is a right triangle with legs measuring 3 cm and 4 cm. Find the total surface area of a similar right prism that has a base whose legs measure 6 cm and 8 cm.

**Geometry**

Can someone please teach me how to solve for x. 1.GI bisects <DGH so that m <DGI is x-3 and m <IGH is 2x-13. Whats the value for x.

**Math*Coordinate Geometry ~the Challenge Test Your Skill People.**

A quadratic curve cuts the x-axis at 3 and -4.It cuts the y-axis at Z. The equation of the graph is y=ax^2+bx+c. Find ALL the posible values of a,b and c and the coordinates of Point Z.

**Geometry**

1.Find a point E on CD such that the ratio of CE to CD is 1/8. A.-7*** B.-5 C.-3 D.-1 (I think the answer is A, please correct me if I'm wrong)

**Geometry**

1.What is the perimeter of a rectangle with width 10 inches in length 13 inches? A.23inches B.36inches C.46inches*** D.130inches 2.What is the area of a triangle with base 19 inches and height 11 inchinches? A.209square inches B.104.5square inches*** C.89.5square inches D....

**Pure Math Coordinate Geometry**

The Point O Is(0,0) and Point B is(6,9).Point A lies on the line OB.The ratio of OA:AB=2:1.Find the coordinates of Point A. (Method Needed Mostly)thanks....

**geometry**

triangle PQR is isosceles.S and T are the mid points of the equal sides PQ and PR respectively.prove that triangle QTR=triangle RSQ.

**geometry**

prove in an isosceles triangle ABC,in which AB=AC and AD is the altitude,AD is also: i-median ii-bisector<A.

**Geometry**

Find the distance between points M 6 + 16 + z -1 and 14 to the nearest tenth

**Geometry**

Midpoint of segment UV is 5 + -11 the coordinates of one endpoint are you three and five find the coordinates of endpoint V

**Geometry**

Radus bisects angle ddh so that an angle DGI is x -3 and a mango igh is 2x - 13 what is the value of x

**geometry**

if m<DEG= 5x-4, m<GEF= 7x-8, m<DEH= 9y+5, find the values of x and y. i know x=16 but i don't know how to find y.

**geometry**

The perimeter of triangle ABC is 13 cm. It was dilated to create triangle A'B'C' The perimeter of triangle...is cm

**Geometry**

Find the equation of the circle which is concentric with the circle x^2+y^2+3y-8y+16=0 and tangent to the line 4x+3y-12=0. Show your solution.

**Geometry**

If B is the midpoint of segment AC and C is the midpoint of segment AD, what is AD if CD = 9. I think AD = 18, but not sure.

**Geometry**

Find the precision for each measurement. 120 meters, 7 1/4 inches, 30.0 millimeters

**Geometry**

Fg=8x+4 if gh=4x+8 and fg= 15x-9 then fg=?

**geometry**

if u is between t and b find the value of x and the measure of tu tu=1-x ub=4x+17 tb=-3

**geometry**

Sammie bought just enough fencing to border either a rectangular plot or a square plot. The perimeter is of the plots are the same. How many meters of fencing did she buy? On the square I know all 4 sides are the same. so I would have 4(x+2)as an equation On the rectangle I ...