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Hey People!! I need the answers to these questions really bad!!! OK so here we go.... Which side lengths form a triangle that is similar to triangle ABC? 30, 21,45 20, 14, 28 40,30,60 17,20,25 Find the missing length for the pair of similar figures. 1.125m
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math
The ladders shown below are standing against the wall at the same angle. How high up the wall does the longer ladder go? (All measurements are in feet.) ladders 11.25 ft 12.5 ft 14 ft 14 ft 2. The pair of polygons is similar. Find the value of x. polygons
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math
Which of the following statements is always true of similar polygons? (1 point) Corresponding angles of similar figures have the same measure. The lengths of corresponding sides form equivalent ratios. The lengths of corresponding sides have the same
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Math
Find the missing length for the pair of similar figures. A. 1.125m B 4.5m C 7m*** D 16m The picture shows two similar right triangles. One with the sizes 4 and 2 and the other 9 and "?"
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math
What is one way to find a missing side length in a pair of similar figures?
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algebra
The figures in the pair are similar. Find the missing length. The image is of two proportionate isosceles triangles with vertical bases. One triangle has its base marked as 6 cm and two sides as 4 cm and 4 cm respectively. The other triangle has its base
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math
Use a proportion to find the missing side length in the following similar figures. A. x = 24 cm B. x = 8 m C. x = 6 m
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prealg Answer Check
Use the proportion to find the missing length in the following similar figures. x/2 9/4 4.5 18 (My Answer) 8 2.25
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math
Use a proportion to find the length of the missing side in the following similar figures. Answer choices: x = 28 cm x = 30.8 cm x = 6.4 cm x = 19 cm
asked by rasberry on November 30, 2015 
Math
Describe at least two ways of finding a missing side length in a pair of similar figures. This depends on what type of figure it is and what type of data you already have. Can you be more specific? Please repost with more data. Thanks for asking.
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Math
What is the correct way to classify the figures shown below? A. Similar B. Congruent **** C. Neither Which figure is congruent to the figure shown?1416290567.gif A. B. C. Which of the following statements are true? A. All similar figures are also Congruent
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Math
Use a proportion to find the missing side length in the following similar figures. Both are triangles one is small and the other is bigger. The small is 4m and 2m the big one is 9m and you have to solve for x on it. A. x=4.5 m B. x=18 m C. x=8 m D. x=2.25
asked by Ams on January 18, 2016 
math
i have a big math quiz today on these terms plz help me meaning of a ratio that compares two quantities measured in different units meaning of the rate for one unit of a given quantity meaning of found by multiplying the denominator of one ratio by the
asked by Gaganjyot Bhatti on November 16, 2016 
MATH URGENT!
Ok I don't understand how to find similar figures when using proportions. Can someone explain it to me? Two figures that have the same shape are said to be similar. When two figures are similar, the ratios of the lengths of their corresponding sides are
asked by Ashley on April 24, 2007 
Math
can you plz check these few answers? (i know im right on the ones not shown) 6.find the side length of a square with an area of 169in squared a.338in b.106in c. 26in**** d.13in 7.this is a.. 0.2333 a.rational number b.integer, rational number****
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Quantitative Literacy  MAT106 VG
Pick four cities and divide them into pairs. Use the Internet to find the length of the circle between the first pair of cities. You might try using the site Great Circle Mapper or a similar Web site to help you. Estimate the great circle path between
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Math
3. Which of the following statements is true? (1 point) A. All similar figures are also congruent figures B. All congruent figures are also similar figures. C. It is not possible for figures to be both similar and congruent.*** My Answer D.Figures that are
asked by Swimmer on February 13, 2018 
Math
Triangle ABC has the side of lengths of 6,8,9. HGI is similar to ABC which has the side length of 12, 8, and its missing one length. What is the missing number. Can someone explain how to find that number.
asked by Katherine on October 25, 2017 
Math
Davida bought a pair of earrings, each in the shape of an isosceles triangle with equal side lengths of 24 mm and a base length of 16 mm. She used one earring to make another pair of earrings, similar in shape, with the base length equal to 11 mm. What is
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geometry
determine whether each pair of figures is similar
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Math
Davida bought a pair of earrings, each in the shape of an isosceles triangle with equal side lengths of 24 mm and a base length of 16 mm. She used one earring to make another pair of earrings, similar in shape, with the base length equal to 11 mm. What is
asked by Al on February 27, 2015 
math
Davida bought a pair of earrings, each in the shape of an isosceles triangle with equal side lengths of 24 mm and a base length of 16 mm. She used one earring to make another pair of earrings, similar in shape, with the base length equal to 11 mm. What is
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CALCULUS
If you could give an explenation with the answers, that'd be wonderful so I actually know how to solve similar problems in the future. :) Thank you so much! 1. A convex lens with focal length f centimeters will project the image of an object on a point
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geometry
Two similar polygons have areas of 50 and 100 sq. in. Find the ratio of the length of a pair of corresponding sides.
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math
The two figures are similar, solve a proportion to find the length n. Express the result as either a whole number or use decimal digits only if necessary. * * * * * * 15 cm 12 cm * * n 9 cm * * * * * * * * ** * * * * * * * ** * * * * * * * * *
asked by Cheril on April 12, 2012 
math
The two figures are similar, solve a proportion to find the length n. Express the result as either a whole number or use decimal digits only if necessary. * * * 15 cm 9 cm * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 12 cm * * n * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
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math
The two figures are similar, solve a proportion to find the length n. Express the result as either a whole number or use decimal digits only if necessary. * * * 15 cm 9 cm * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 12 cm * * n * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
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Pre Algebra
Find the missing length, when the perimeter is 9x+11. They give me 2 lengths: 2x+3 and 3x+1 how could I find the missing length x? would I add 2x+3+3x+1? and then subtract the total by 9x+11?
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math
1. Which is a set of collinear points? J,H,I L,H,J J,G,L L,K,H 2. Use the diagram to identify a segment parallel to. 3. The meadure of angles A is 124. Classify the angle as acute, right, obtuse, or straight. Acute Straight Right Obtuse 4. Find the
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Brain freezer a.k.a. MATH
What does a scale factor between two similar figures tell you about the relationships between the length and area measures of the figures? The relationship is that you use the l&w to find the scale factor. you can make L&W ratios for each figure, then you
asked by Crystal on January 4, 2007 
math
which of the following statements is true 1.all similar figures are also Congruent figures 2.all congruent figures are also similar figures 3.it is not possible for figures to be both similar and congruent 4. figures that are congruent cannot also be
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Physics
1)A 5.0 cm real object is placed at a distance of 5.0 cm from a concave mirror of focal length 10 cm. Find the size of the image. di= 10 magnification = di/do magnification = 10/5.0 magnification = 2 image size = (object size)*(magnification) image
asked by Jon on April 8, 2008 
Physics repost
1)A 5.0 cm real object is placed at a distance of 5.0 cm from a concave mirror of focal length 10 cm. Find the size of the image. di= 10 magnification = di/do magnification = 10/5.0 magnification = 2 image size = (object size)*(magnification) image
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math
Find the missing length of the right triangle, Side is 20 and bottom is 48. What is the missing length.
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ART
1. Color was used in this image to create all of the following except? (Image: Figures viewing lake by Pete Fabris and William Hamilton) A)Emphasis on the central figure B) Symmetrical balance C) unity D) Radial balance*** 2)What element of art does this
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ART PLZ HELP
1. Color was used in this image to create all of the following except? (Image: Figures viewing lake by Pete Fabris and William Hamilton) A)Emphasis on the central figure B) Symmetrical balance C) unity D) Radial balance*** 2)What element of art does this
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Math. Help Me!..please!
How do u find similar figures when using a proportion?'cause I don't get it dude. **EXAMPLEOn two sides72m On the other 245m The next one says On one side50m On the other 80m Determine whether they are similar. I don't get it. Please help! THANX! it
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math
Triangle CAT is located at C (5, 2), A (4, 4), T (1, 2). Find the coordinates of its image after a dilation with a scale factor of 4. 19. Square ABCD was dilated to form square A’B’C’D’. What scale factor was used? 20. Tell whether the pair of
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MATHStuck
For each of the following, the Surface Area is given. Calculate the missing dimension. This is a rectangular prism with the width missing. The height seems to be 20 cm. The length I guess is 34 cm, and the Surface Area is 6020cm square. How do I find the
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Math
find the intercept and graph. x+3y=6 I need to complete the ordered pair (3,) so im I setting the problem up right x(3)+3y=6? and thus the missing ordered pair is 2?
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Math
Determine whether the two figures are similar. If so, give the scale factor of the smaller figure to the larger figure. Smaller figure: Length: 11 Width: 7 Height: 7 Larger figure: Length: 33 Width: 28 Height: 14 yes; 1:2 yes; 1:7 yes; 1:3 no I see a
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Algebra
For the pair of similar solids, find the value of the variable. radius 15cm height 6cm the other is radius 5cm height x cm 3cm **** 18cm 16cm 2cm For the pair of similar solids, find the value of the variable. base x mm height 24mm the other base 4mm
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PLZZ HELP ME WITH THIS MATH MS SUE.
4. For the pair of similar solids, find the value of the variable. cylinders (1 point) 3 cm 18 cm 16 cm** 2 cm 5. For the pair of similar solids, find the value of the variable. pyramids (1 point) 12 mm 48 mm** 20 mm 3 mm ARE THESE CORRECT?
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Math
Fill in missing values for a rectangular prism? Length is 8. Width is missing. Height is 14. Surface area is missing. Volume is 324.8
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Geometry
Two similar polygons have areas of 50 and 100 sq. in. What is the ratio of the length of a pair of corresponding sides?
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Physics
A convex lens of focal length 2.5 cm is placed 4 cm from a small object of height 4 cm. Use a ruler and construct the image. Is the image real or virtual, upright or inverted? What is the image distance? What is the height of the image? What is the
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physics
A box is placed 50 cm away from a double convex lens. The image is on the opposite side of the lens, is inverted and 50 cm away from the lens. find: a)the focal length of the lens. b)the height of the image. c) using the focal length that you found, how
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Math
I'm learning about trigonometric functions, and my worksheet instructs me to find the "missing information" for each triangle. For the first one, they give me the length of the hypotenuse (45) and that theta = 35. How can I go about finding the missing
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geometry
The figures are similar. The ratio of the lengths of their corresponding sides is 45:25, or 9:5. Find the ratio of their perimeters and the ratio of their areas. The figures are not drawn to scale.
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MathTriangles
How do I find a missing length to a triangle? The lenths I have are 18 for one side 27 for the other and (x) for the bottom length. Then for the other triangle given the lengths are 14 for one length, 21 for the other length and 28 for the bottome length.
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Geometry
Find the ratio of the perimeters for each pair of similar figures. 1. 2 regular pentagons with areas 50 inches squared and 162 inches squared. 2. 2 circles with areas 27π inches squared and 48π inches squared.
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Physics
An object, O, is placed 18 cm from the center of a converging lens of focal length, f= 6 cm as shown. O F F (a) On the illustration, sketch a ray diagram to locate the image. (b) Is the image real or virtual? Explain your answer. (c) Using the lens
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Physics
(a) A 2.20 cm high insect is 1.24 m from a 135 mm focallength lens. What is the image distance? mm How high is the image? cm What type is it? (Select all that apply.) The image is upright. The image is inverted. The image is behind the lens. The image is
asked by Anna on March 25, 2012 
Math
1. Name a pair of complementary angles. (1 point) 1 and 4 1 and 6 3 and 4 4 and 5 2. If m1=37°, what is m4? (1 point) 53° 43° 37° 27° 3. If m1 = 40°, what is m5? (1 point) 50° 40° 35° 25° Use the figure to answer questions 4–5. Assume that
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Physics
An object is placed 11 cm in front of a convex mirror of focal length 4 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
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Physics
An object is placed 11 cm in front of a convex mirror of focal length 4 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
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Physics
An object is placed 11 cm in front of a convex mirror of focal length 4 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
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Physics
An object is placed 11 cm in front of a convex mirror of focal length 4 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
asked by Melanie on November 27, 2012 
Physics
An object is placed 11 cm in front of a convex mirror of focal length 4 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
asked by Bob Any help is appreciated on December 1, 2012 
Physics
An object is placed 11 cm in front of a convex mirror of focal length 4 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
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Math
find missing coordinate of ordered pair so that it is solution 9x+4y4=0
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Math
Find the missing number in this pair of equivalent ratios. _:12 : 36 and 8 : 4 : 12
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Pre Algebra
the problem is that I have to find the length of x. Here's what they say: Find the missing length, when the perimeter is 9x+11 then here are the length that are given on the shape: 2x+3 and 3x+1 How could I solve this?
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math
A figure is transformed into a new figure by being rotated 180 degrees, translated left 6 units, and dilated by a factor of 4. How are the old and new figures related? a)both congruent and similar b)congruent but not similar c)similar but not congruent
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math
Two similar figures have sides in the ratio of 2:3. If a side of the smaller triangle has a length of 7, what is the length of the corresponding side of the other triangle?
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Physics
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algebra scales
the actual length of the dust mite is 0.3 mm. the length in the image is 21 mm. what is the scale of the image? i don't know what propotion to use!!
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Physics
An object is placed 11 cm in front of a concave mirror whose focal length is 23 cm. The object is 3.6 cm tall. Determine (a) the location of the image, taking a real image as a positive value and a virtual image as a negative value. (b) Determine the
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PHYS
AN OBJECT OF HEIGHT 5CM IS PLACED INFRONT OF ACONCAVE MIRROR OF FOCAL LENGTH 6CM AT ADISTANCE 13CM .FIND IMAGE POSITION MAGNIFICATION IMAGE PROPERTIES
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physics
(a) A concave spherical mirror forms an inverted image different in size from the object by a factor a > 1. The distance between object and image is d. Find the focal length of the mirror. (Use any variable or symbol stated above as necessary.) (b) Suppose
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physics
A concave spherical mirror forms an inverted image different in size from the object by a factor a > 1. The distance between object and image is d. Find the focal length of the mirror. (Use any variable or symbol stated above as necessary.) (b) Suppose the
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Math Help
Use a proportion to find the length of side x for the pair of smilar figures below. They're both right triangles. Triangle 1 has 14cm on the the right side and 10cm on the bottom. Triangle 2 has x on the right side and 22cm on the bottom. My answer
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PHYSICS 2  LENSES
A 75 cm tall object is positioned 80 cm from a biconcave lens with a focal length of 90 cm. **now i tried doing the problems, i just need feed back on if its correct or not. **** 1. calculate the distance where the image is formed Used lens equation:
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Math 8  HELP!!!!!
Ratio, Proportions, and Similarity Similar Figures A room is 36 ft long and 18 ft wide. What is the length to width ratio?
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Math
Two figures are similar with a similarity ratio of 4 and one side of the figure is 3 cm long. Find the lenght of the side of the similar figure. I don't really know if I have to try to do it like an equation or if there's a formula for this. Sorry if
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Geometry
How do you find the scale factor for similar figures?
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Physics
The distance between a 10 cm tall candle and the reflecting surface of a concave mirror is 40 cm. The radius of curvature of the mirror is 25 cm. Now, A. What is the focal length of the mirror? B. What is the image distance? C. What is the magnification of
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algebra
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Algebra
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Algebra
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geometry
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Math
Find the missing sides of the similar triangles ABC and DEF. AC=2 AB=5 CB=? DF=4 FE=8 DE=?
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Physics
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physics!!!!!!!
In order to measure the length of a long flourescent ceiling lamp, a student makes a very small hole in a piece of paper, holds the paper above the floor, measures the distance between the hole and the floor, and finally measures the length of the light's
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Physics
In order to measure the length of a long flourescent ceiling lamp, a student makes a very small hole in a piece of paper, holds the paper above the floor, measures the distance between the hole and the floor, and finally measures the length of the light's
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PHYSICS
In order to measure the length of a long flourescent ceiling lamp, a student makes a very small hole in a piece of paper, holds the paper above the floor, measures the distance between the hole and the floor, and finally measures the length of the light's
asked by steve on October 14, 2013 
physics!
In order to measure the length of a long flourescent ceiling lamp, a student makes a very small hole in a piece of paper, holds the paper above the floor, measures the distance between the hole and the floor, and finally measures the length of the light's
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Physics
An object is placed 4 cm in front of a concave lens of focal length 3 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
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Physics
An object is placed 4 cm in front of a convex lens of focal length 3 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
asked by Frank on December 13, 2014 
Physics
An object is placed 4 cm in front of a concave lens of focal length 3 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
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Physics
An object is placed 4 cm in front of a concave lens of focal length 3 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
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Physics
An object is placed 4 cm in front of a concave lens of focal length 3 cm. Using the lens equation, find where the image will form and state whether it is a real or virtual image.
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GEOMETRY PLS HELP
learning geometry i need to determine whether each pair of figures is similar. and explain why or why not: since I cant draw can you help me with this pls im so lost. 1) triangle xyz
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math geometry help
learning geometry i need to determine whether each pair of figures is similar. and explain why or why not: since I cant draw can you help me with this pls im so lost. 1) triangle xyz
asked by marko on January 31, 2012 
Math
The pair of polygons is similar. Find the value of x. A. 2 in. B. 12 in. C. 13 in. D. 20 in.
asked by Unknown on December 19, 2017 
MATH help me pls :D
Find the length of the missing leg of a right triangle given a leg of length 15 and a hypotenuse of length 17. Leave your answer in simplest radical form.
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Physics
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algebra
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math
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