A student asks what exactly Euclidean geometry is. How do you answer?

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  1. math214

    A student asks what exactly Euclidean geometry is. How do you answer?
  2. Math

    A student asks what exactly Euclidean geometry is. How do you answer?
  3. Geometry

    For each property listed from plane Euclidean geometry, write a corresponding statement for non-Euclidean spherical geometry. A line segment is the shortest path between two points Hey guys I want to know how to do this and can you help me with this question?
  4. Geomertry

    Points c,a,b are connected to form a triangle along the surface of a sphere. Points R,E,N are connected to form a triangle on a euclidean. What is true between spherical and euclidean geometry?
  5. Geomertry

    Points c,a,b are connected to form a triangle along the surface of a sphere. Points R,E,N are connected to form a triangle on a euclidean. What is true between spherical and euclidean geometry?
  6. geometry

    Construction: The midpoint of a line segment can be constructed. Theorem: If the consecutive midpoints of the sides of a parallelogram are joined in order, then the quadrilateral formed from the midpoints is a parallelogram. Write an essay (suggested length of 2–4 pages, ...
  7. Math

    10 multiple choice questions each with three possible answers only one of which is correct. A student guesses the answer to every question. (a)What is the probability that the student will answer the first six questions correctly and the rest incorrectly? (b)What is the ...
  8. geometry

    if the midpoints of the sides of a parallelogram in succession are joined, the quadrilatral formed is a a parallogram. Prove this theorem in euclidean geometry using analytic techniques
  9. Geometry

    Which statement from Euclidean geometry is also true in spherical geometry? a. A line has infinite length b. Two intersecting lines divide the plane into four regions c. Two perpendicular lines create four right angles d. The intersection of two lines create four angles. I ...
  10. 8th grade physical science

    A student measured the mass of an object and obtained the following results: 10.1 g, 11.0 g, and 10.5 g. The actual mass of the object was 10.6 g. a. What should the student report as the mass of the object? My answer: The student should report the mass as 10.5, because that ...
  11. Geometry

    In Euclidean geometry, the sum of the measures of the interior anglesof a pentagon is 540o. Predict how the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a pentagon would be different in spherical geometry.
  12. English

    There are 7 classes for first year students. Each class is composed of about 30 students. Emily is a student of Class 1-2. One of his classmates who went to the same elementary school asks: Which class are you in? What is the answer to the question? 1. I'm in Class 1-2. 2. I ...
  13. Statistics

    A student guesses blindly on a 20-question multiple choice test. If each question has 4 answer choices (only one of which is correct), what is the probability that the student will answer exactly 10 questions correctly?
  14. Physics

    For an outdoor lab experiment a car has a loud device attached to the roof. This device emits beeps with a pitch of 400 Hz. The device is set to constantly emit short beeps a rate of twice every second. The car drives at 25 m/s (About 55 mph) on a level track towards a student...
  15. Geometry

    Which of the following statements from Euclidean geometry is also true of spherical geometry? a. A line has infinite length. b. Two intersecting lines divide the plane into four regions. c. Two perpendicular lines create four right angles. d. The intersection of two lines ...
  16. Statistics Algebra 2

    A 10-question multiple choice test has 4 possible answers for each question. A student guesses on all ten answer. a)What is the probability that the student selects at least 6 correct answers? b)Is getting exactly 10 questions correct the same probability as getting exactly ...
  17. math

    No results were found for the search term: At a student conference 12 students were asked to form different committees with the following conditions:1)each committee was to contain exactly 3 students;2)each student was to belong to exactly 2 committees;3)no two commmittees ...
  18. Maths-euclidean geometry

    Determine with reasons the value of y(XY) in the diagram below. Given that AB= 4 units and BC= 3 units. X and Y are midpoints of AB and BC respectively.
  19. Math

    In euclidean geometry, the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a pentagon is 540. predict how the sum of the interior angles of a pentagon would be different in spherical geometry
  20. Geometry

    A student asks how to find the shortest path between two points A and B on two different faces which are neither the top or bottom of a right rectangular prism, without leaving the prism. How do you respond?
  21. MATH Prob.

    A student asks, “What’s wrong with the argument that the probability of rolling a double 6 in two rolls of a die is 1/3 because 1/6 + 1/6 = 1/3?" Write an explanation of your understanding of the student’s misconception.
  22. French

    Get to know your partner better by asking and answering questions. Student A asks questions using inversions. Student B asks using est-ce que. 1.avec qui/aller au cinéma Student A:Avec qui vas-tu au cinéma? Student B:Je vais au cinéma avec mes amis. Avec qui est-ce que tu ...
  23. math

    A student takes a multiple choice quiz with 12 questions and 5 alternatives per question. Unfortunately, this student has no idea what any of the answers are, so he randomly selects an alternative for each question on the exam. Using this “blind guessing” strategy, how ...
  24. misconception?

    A student asks, “What’s wrong with the argument that the probability of rolling a double 6 in two rolls of a die is 1/3 because 1/6 + 1/6 = 1/3? ”Write an explanation of your understanding of the student’s misconception.
  25. Algebra

    Which of the following statements from Euclidean geometry is also true of spherical geometry? A) A line has infinite length. B) Two intersecting lines divide the plane into four regions. C) Two perpendicular lines create four right angles. D)The intersection of two lines ...
  26. math

    Can someone help me explain this misconception? A student asks, “What’s wrong with the argument that the probability of rolling a double 6 in two rolls of a die is because ” Write an explanation of your understanding of the student’s misconception.
  27. physics

    A student is attempting to haul a 500 kg log down a 24 degree hill. The log has a coefficient of friction of .5. The student is pulling with about 1700 N of force. Is the student pulling too hard or too lightly? Calculate exactly how much harder or less hard the student should...
  28. PHYSICS

    can we ever measure or draw any physical feature of a natural system exactly???why or why not?? im confused by this><!!! HELP PLZZ.... i will try to help u but i am no expert only a student.this might be one of those ethic questions that really have no answer at all you ...
  29. Geometry (Checking)

    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 ...
  30. math

    A professor gave his 40 students a test with three questions. Every student answered at least one question. Ten student did not answer the first question, 14 did not answer the second question, and 12 did not answer the third question. If 18 students answered all three ...
  31. Math - Please Help Check My Answer

    Please help me with the following question: A student attempts to solve for c in the equation below. Which statement best applies to the work shown below? 3c + 6 - 4c - 12c = 7 -13c + 6 = 7 -13c + 6 + (-6) = 7 + (-6) -13c = 1 c = -1/13 A. The student followed all rules ...
  32. advanced statistics

    suppose a student takes a multiple choice test with 10 questions. suppose each question has 4 possible answers. if the student guesses randomly on each questions,what is the probability that the student gets exactly 6 correct? less than 7 are correct?
  33. statistics

    10. A student is taking a multiple choice test where each question have 5 possible answers of which only one is right. If the student knows the answer the student answers correctly, otherwise there is a 20% probability of correct answer. Assume the student knows 70% of the ...
  34. statistics

    A student is taking a multiple choice test where each question have 5 possible answers of which only one is right. If the student knows the answer the student answers correctly, otherwise there is a 20% probability of correct answer. Assume the student knows 70% of the ...
  35. stadistic

    If a student randomly guesses at 15 multiple-choice questions, find the probability that the student gets exactly seven correct. Each question has four possible choices
  36. statistics and probability

    It is known that an exam scores of students in STAT 2507 follow a normal distribution with a mean of 70% and a standard deviation of 9%. (A) If a student must obtain a mark of 50% to pass the exam, what proportion of students fail the exam? (B) What is the probability that a ...
  37. Geometry

    A. Derive the distance formula (d) shown below for points A = (x1, y1) and B = (x2, y2). 2 2 1 2 2 1 d = (x − x ) + ( y − y ) Note: Look for an application of the Pythagorean theorem where the red line, segment AB, is the hypotenuse of a right triangle. You can ...
  38. Math

    A teacher asks each student in the class to randomly choose a number between 1 to 80 and write it down. Devon and Michiko write down a number. What is the probability that both of their choices will be greater than 60? Express your answer as a decimal. If necessary, round your...
  39. math

    11. A Certification Exam containing 20 true and false questions. If a student guesses at the answer to each question, what is the probability that she/he will get exactly 14 correct?
  40. geometry

    Four metal balls fit snugly inside a cylindrical can. A geometry student claims that two extra balls of the same size can be put into the can, provided all six balls can be melted down and the molten liquid poured into the can. Is the student cottect? Let the radious of balls ...
  41. HUM/176

    in my assignment it asks me to compare and contrast information in the news stories as well as how they are presented. It also asks to answer the following questions, what links are included and how does the commentary associated with the stories and sources differ. My ...
  42. statistics

    If a student takes an exam containing 12 true or false questions. If the student guesses what is the probability that he will get exactly 8 questions right?
  43. PLEASE HELP IM LOST.

    At the Grocery Store checkout counter, you watch the amounts of your purchases and coupons entered into the cash register. The amounts are as follows: $3.19, $1.25, $1.39, $3.39, $2.99, $2.79, $3.09, -$1.40(coupon) and -$1.25(coupon). ROUND each amount to estimate the total. a...
  44. Student supervision

    What is a good technique to follow when you'return supervising a reading group? A. Ignore the mistake a student makes. B. When a student comes to an unknown word, say what it is. ( my answer) C. Concentrate on correct words, rather than correct expression and punctuation. D. ...
  45. statistics HELP

    A student asks if it is possible to have a standard deviation of -5. How do you respond?
  46. science

    A student wants to determine what type of cereal his classmates like best. He buys three of his favorite puffed cereals and one oat cereal. He pours five bowls of each cereal and gives one bowl to each of his 20 classmates. He asks each of his classmates if they liked the ...
  47. science

    A student wants to determine what type of cereal his classmates like best. He buys three of his favorite puffed cereals and one oat cereal. He pours five bowls of each cereal and gives one bowl to each of his 20 classmates. He asks each of his classmates if they liked the ...
  48. Science

    A student wants to determine what type of cereal his classmates like best. He buys three of his favorite puffed cereals and one oat cereal. He pours five bowls of each cereal and gives one bowl to each of his 20 classmates. He asks each of his classmates if they liked the ...
  49. geometry

    what polygon has exactly three side of equal lenghth and exactly two angles of equal measure?
  50. teachers aide

    how would a student who has a mistaken goal of getting attention act? (a)the student would be hostile ans violent (b)the student would stop for a while and then repeat the behavior (my answer) (c)the student would refuse to stop the misbehavior (d)the student would refuse to ...
  51. algebra

    the new school has exactly 1000 lockers and 1000 students. on the first day of school, the students meet outside the building and agree on the following plan: the first student will enter the school and open all of the lockers. the second student will then enter the school and...
  52. Physics

    One student generates a short, loud sound of wavelength 0.7576 m. Another student, who is 100 m away, hears the sound exactly 0.300 s later. What is the frequency of this sound? Please help
  53. Maths

    On a certain examination the student must answer 8 out of 12 questions including exactly 5 of the first six. In how many ways may he write the examination.?
  54. Algebra

    Jill asks each of her classmates to choose a number, then multiply the number by -3, add 2 to the product, multiply the result by -2, and then subtract 14. Finally, each student is asked to divide the result by 6 and record the answer. When Jill gets an answer from a classmate...
  55. English 2

    Need help with this-- Create an imaginary dialogue between Laotzu and a contemporary high school student in which the student asks for the philosopher's advice. Focus the dialogue on a concrete situation involving school, work, or relationships, and be sure that Laotzu's ...
  56. psychology

    A school psychologist is asked to help with a third grade student who is disrupting the class and causing the teacher to consider a change in professions. The psychologist interviews the parents, teachers, students, and student. She examines the reports of previous teachers, ...
  57. Euclidean Geometry

    I am in the 10th Grade and my question is: The base of an isosceles triangle is 21cm. long. The altitude to the base is 9cm. long. What is the approx. measure of a base angle of the triangle? The tangent of that angle is 9/10.5 = 0.8571 Trigonometric tables will tell you that ...
  58. 6th grade

    euclidean algorithm
  59. English

    Create an imaginary dialogue between Laotzu and a contemporary high school student in which the student asks for the philosopher's advice. Focus the dialogue on a concrete situation involving school, work, or relationships, and be sure that Laotzu's advice is in harmony with ...
  60. Math! Help!

    Please i need the euclidean division of: 2X^3+3X^2-X-5 ÷ X^2-1 Help!
  61. pro

    A student has taken an exam consisting 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 answer choices and has one correct answer. Questions are independent of each other. If the student answer questions randomly, what is the probability that the student marks less than 3 ...
  62. English

    Hello, I have a question that asks me to describe elements of the 'Restoration comedy' as seen in a certain story (I've read the story). What exactly are some elements of Restoration comedy? I know what restoration comedy generally is, but can somebody go into further detail ...
  63. math

    A different eight grader has been asked to work at the face painting booth every half hour. Use division to find how many eighth-graders are needed to work at the face painting booth during the fair. Show your work. I don't understand the division part, the way I did it was 1:...
  64. math

    a school is divided into 4 houses,P,Q,R and S.On sports day,the students line up so that a student from P is first in line,then a student from Q then a student from R then a student from S,then a student from P and so on with same order repeating.From what house will the 66th ...
  65. statistic

    A student must pass through 12 sets of traffic lights on his way to university. Suppose that each of the lights is green 39.5% of the time, yellow 5.9% of the time, and red 54.6% of the time. Suppose also that the traffic lights function independently (b) What is the ...
  66. math

    A student’s score on the first four mathematics tests of the year were 80, 95, 92 and 89. What must the student score on the fifth test so that the mean score for all five tests is exactly 90?
  67. Math

    The homothetic geometry on C is (C,H) where H is the group of scaling of C. Which figures are congruent in (C,H) to the circle of radius 1 centered at 1? How could you describe the congruence class in language understandable by a high school geometry student?
  68. MATH

    A SCHOOL IS DIVIDED INTO 4 HOUSES P,Q,R,S. ON SPORTS DAY,STUDENTS LINE UP SO THAT A STUDENT FROM P IS FIRST IN LINE,THEN A STUDENT FROM Q THEN A STUDENT FROM R THEN A STUDENT FROM S THEN A STUDENT FROM P AND SO ON WITH SAME ORDER REPEATING .FROM WHAT HOUSE WILL THE 66TH ...
  69. Math

    I need help with the second question: A student is taking a multiple choice exam. There are five possible answers for each question. What is the probability the student will answer the first question correctly? Answer is 1/5 What is the probability that the student will answer...
  70. Math

    explain why 9997 is not a prime using euclidean algorithm
  71. Algebra HELP!

    A teacher instructed her class to take any number and perform a series of computations using that number. The teacher was able to tell each student's original number by subtracting 1 from the student's answer. Create similar instructions for students so that the teacher needs ...
  72. math(elmntry euclidean geometry)

    The sum of the angles of a quadrilateral is 360°. Find the conditional, draw a diagram, and state the given and conclusion. CONDITIONAL FORM: If it is the sum of the angles of a quadrilateral, then it measures 360°. DIAGRAM: Not shown, but pictures a trapezoid with angles A...
  73. Math 112

    A student asks why "congruent" rather than "equal" is used to discuss triangles that have the same size and shape. What do you say?
  74. STATISTICS

    A multiple-choice quiz has 15 questions, each with 4 possible answers of which only 1 is the correct answer. What is the probability that a student gets exactly 8 correct answers?
  75. algebra

    the new school has exactly 1000 lockers and 1000 students. on the first day of school, the students meet outside the building and agree on the following plan: the first student will enter the school and open all of the lockers. the second student will then enter the school and...
  76. Algebra

    ello i need help factoring I haven't had factorin sense Algebra one and now am in Algebra two and our school is screwed up were they shove in a year of Euclidean Geometry and Basic Trig inbetween first two years of Algebra... so i need to factor X^2-12X+35 I can sit there for ...
  77. physics

    A student, instead of using the effective mass for Si (1.18∗m(e)), uses the effective mass in Ge (0.22∗m(e)) to calculate density of states in Si. The student of course gets the wrong values. What is the ratio of the student's answer compared to the right answer?
  78. DISCRETE MATHS

    Use the Euclidean Algorithm to find gcd(112,15)
  79. Geometry Question number 4

    If I have BC = 2x + 1, CD = 3x - 4 and BD = 22,how do I find the value of x? Do you have a triangle? What kind of triangle is it? Your question is incomplete. Or is this part of a question? It looks like a question I have seen before where the first part asks for coordinates ...
  80. Physics*

    A student sits on a rotating stool holding two 3.2-kg objects. When his arms are extended horizontally, the objects are 1.0 m from the axis of rotation and he rotates with an angular speed of 0.75 rad/s. The moment of inertia of the student plus stool is 3.0 kg · m2 and is ...
  81. Probability (Pre-Calculus)

    A class is given a list of eight study problems from which five will be part of an upcoming exam. If a given student knows how to solve six of these problems, find the probability that the student will be able to answer: (a) all five questions on the exam. (b) exactly eight ...
  82. Finite

    Assume that the test has 5 true/false questions, and 10 multiple choice questions (4 options per questions), each with exactly one correct answer. If a student guesses randomly on each question, what is his expected score? .5*5+10*.25 5/15?
  83. 8th grade - science

    the length of a string is known to be exactly 9.84cm. two students measured the string. student A used a ruler marked in centimeters and got a measurement of 10 cm. student B used a ruler marked in millimeters and centimeters and got a measurement of 9.8 cm. which student's ...
  84. geometry

    1.in which geometry do lines no contain an infinite number of points? (a) plane coordinate geometry (b) discrete geometry (c) graph theory 2. in which geometry do points have thickness? (a) plane coordinate geometry (b) discrete geometry (c) graph theory i think the answer is...
  85. Personal Fitness (Check answers)

    5: Which of the following shows effective communication? a) A student says " I hear what you are saying, but I don't care." b) A student says " I hope you feel better soon. What can I do to help you?" (~~ MY ANSWER is B. ~~) c) A student says " You make me so anger. Why do you...
  86. Physics

    Part A of this question asks for the sum of vector A = 3x+5y and vector B = 1x-3y. I did this and got the vector A + vector B = 4x+2y. Part B then asks what the magnitude and direction of vector A + vector B? The answer in the back of the textbook says that it is 4.5 at a 27 ...
  87. I need an answer--molecular/electron geometry

    Can anyone help me out with the differences between electron geometry and molecular geometry for SCl6? I think the molecular geometry is octahedral, but I'm not so sure for the electron geometry. Thanks :) *My earlier post wasn't answered, so I'd appreciate some help please =]
  88. statistics

    A student is taking a multiple choice exam. There are five possible answers for each question. What is the probability the student will answer the first question correctly? What is the probability that the student will answer the first question incorrectly?
  89. Math

    A student is taking a multiple choice exam. There are five possible answers for each question. What is the probability the student will answer the first question correctly? What is the probability that the student will answer the first question incorrectly?
  90. education

    As a teacher how to organize this ethnicity class? why? - african american 3 student -real american 3 student -mexican 3 student -asian 5 student -other 2 student
  91. Physics

    A student bikes to school by traveling first d_N = 1.10 miles north, then d_W = 0.500 miles west, and finally d_S = 0.200 miles south. You will now find the same quantity algebraically, without the need to use much geometry. Take the north direction as the positive y direction...
  92. Math

    On a true-false test, each question has exactly one correct answer: true, or false. A student knows the correct answer to 70% of the questions on the test. Each of the remaining answers she guesses at random, independently of all other answers. After the test has been graded, ...
  93. Geometry (math)

    Suppose line p is perpendicular to line s and line q is perpendicular to line s. are p and q parallel under all circumstances? Draw a figure to illustrate your answer . I doubt if we can post pictures on this,because my question asks to draw a figure.I seriously need an answer...
  94. logic

    a student is using a geometry program to investigate the midsegments of a triangle. the student uses the program to draw triangle ABC, bisect the sides of the triangle, and draw segments connecting the midpoints to form triangle KLM. the student then uses the program to ...
  95. Math(Factorial)

    A women student is to answer 10 out of 13 questions on a test. Find the number of choices where she must answer: (a) the first two questions; (b) the first or second questions but not both; (c) exactly 3 out of the first 5 questions (d) at least 3 of the first 5 questions ...
  96. TI-83 CALC PROGRAM

    Please can anyone help me with this or any part of it? Be very grateful as left it too late... Write a program for ti-83 calculator which generates and displays integer values for A, B and C between 1 and 10; • requests the student to input the solution to the equation; • ...
  97. physics/ math

    A student bikes to school by traveling first d_N = 1.10 {miles} north, then d_W = 0.500{miles} west, and finally d_S = 0.200 {miles} south. You will now find the same quantity algebraically, without the need to use much geometry. Take the north direction as the positive y ...
  98. geometry

    If a rectangular solid has a volume of 27 and at least one edge the length of 3,which of the following Must be true? My thoughts lead me to think D is the answer,but I,m not sure?? a.The solid is a cube b.Exactly 4 edges of the solid have a length of 3 c.Exactly 6 edges of the...
  99. chemistry

    Three part question Two students each measured the density of a quartz sample three times: Student A Student B 1. 3.20g/mL 2.82g/mL 2. 2.58g/mL 2.48g/mL 3. 2.10g/mL 2.59g/mL mean 2.63g/mL 2.63 g/mL a. which student measured density with the greatest precision? explain your ...
  100. physic

    Somehow two students managed to open two windows at the library. Student A is 17 m above the ground and Student B is 23.5 m above the ground. At the same time that Student A drops a ball, Student B throws a ball straight down at an initial speed of 7.36 m/s. At what height ...
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