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2.) Which is true about both Pappus's Theorem and Desargues' Theorem?

Each theorem applies to spherical geometry.
Each conclusion states that three points are collinear. <----
Each hypothesis is based on triangles.
Each theorem involves a dilation.


3.) How many degrees are in the sum of the angle measures in a spherical triangle?

180° <----
360°
between 180° and 540°
between 360° and 540°


4.) What is the taxidistance between (1, 4) and (12, 6)?
13 <-------
15
21
23

5.) Which dimensions are closest to those of a golden rectangle?

0.5 × 1.6

1 × 3.24

7 × 11.33 <----

17 × 25.5

6. Which is true about taxicab geometry?

Taxicab geometry is measured in the coordinate plane and therefore is a branch of Euclidean geometry.

The shortest distance between two points is a straight line.

To travel a path in taxicab geometry, you can move vertically, horizontally, or diagonally on a coordinate grid. <-----

Between points A and B, there may be more than one path that shows the taxidistance.

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  1. 3 is wrong. I don't know about 2.

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  2. Okay, is 3

    between 180° and 540° ?

    Thank you bob :)

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  3. Jazy, this is considered a form of cheating! Please get help by asking a teacher, this is against academic policy!

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