Geometry = Math of Euclid. Geometry is the Branch of math known for shapes (polygons), 3D figures, undefined terms, theorems, axioms, explanation of the universe, and pi.

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The diagonals of a square bisect each corner or vertex of the square.

The length of a midsegment is half that of the parallel side of the triangle; assuming the midsegment is parallel to the [given] base, then its length is 27 Ã· 2 = 13.5 units.

28 cm squared

Right angled triangles

If it is triangular, area = height x base/2 = 5 x 6 /2 = 15centimetres squared.

An asymptote of a curve is a line where the distance of the curveand line approach zero as they tend to infinity (they get closerand closer without ever meeting) If one zooms out of a hyperbola, the straight lines are usuallyasymptotes as they get closer and closer to a specific point, yetdo not...

The face is a flat surface on a three dismentional shape

This is a very simple one to know that all triangles includingright angle triangle have 3 sides. to get more help in mathematics jus visit acadsoc website and findall your answers from a range of expert tutors.

Yes it does. The two bases (hexagons) are congruent, and the sixrectangular sides are congruen to each other.

Cogito ergo sum = I think, therefore I am .

The radius is tripled, too. Suppose: (1) C = 2Ïr (2) C' = 2Ïr' (3) C' = 3C Then C' = 3(2Ïr) = 2Ï(3r) But C' = 2Ïr', so 2Ïr' = 2Ï(3r) and finally r' = 3r.

Length is usually left to right, and the side that is not theheight or length is the width.

The radius is directly related to the circumference of a circle by C=Ï 2R so it would get proportionately larger as the circumference grows. If you start with C=Ï 2R where 2R=C/Ï then change C to C 2 =3C then 2R 2 becomes C 2 /Ï or 3(2R)/Ï

You need to know the density o f Mg D = Mass/Volume Mass = Density * volume Density= 1.74 grams per cubic centimeter Volume = 2.5 * 3.5 * 1.5 Mass = Density * volume

A straight edge is basically another name for a ruler, or it couldbe anything that makes straight lines.

The resulting phenomenon is known as constructive interference.

36 square units. You can't express a perimeter in square units; a perimeter is a length expressed in ordinary units. If the perimeter of this square is 24 units then the answer above is correct.

1 square inch = 645.16 square mm

If the small triangles are worth 1, determine the value of theother Tangram pieces. Be sure to explain your reasoning. More Challenging Version: Find the fractional part each tangram piece is of the whole (all 7pieces). Now, suppose the large triangles are worth 1/2, determine the valueof the...

It is unknown.

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If the two points are 'A' and 'B', you just told us that it's 170m . If 'A' and 'B' are not "the two points", then you've told us nothing about them. -------------------------- I trigonometry, we talk about "solving" a triangle. There are 6 pieces of information in triangle ABC: the 3...

half of the radius. the radius is the distance across thecircle.

The question is not well stated. The answer can't be calculated without knowing the length of the cylinder.

They are AMI (Alternate Mark Inversion) and B8ZS (Bi-polar with8-Zero Substitution)

The altitude value is essential. In the absence of the numericvalue of altitude, we will get multiple answers.

You would divide by 2, then by 2 again, then again. (Because 2 tothe 3 is 8)

1000 cm 3 is equal to 1 lt.

Elements de Geometrie ( elements of geometry)

A nonagon is a 9 sided polygon and its 9 interior angles add up to1260 degrees

A polygon whose sides are unequal is called an irregular polygon.It may then be further described as being concave or convex.

A tangent is an object, like a line, which touches a curve. Thetangent only touches the curve at one point. That point is calledthe point of tangency. The tangent does not intersect (passthrough) the curve.

A regular pentagon has five congruent interior angles so yes :)

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A polygon whose sides are not equal is known as an irregularpolygon. A regular polygon has equal sides and angles.

Try to bring in shapes that are 3D, pyramid, cube, sphere, etc. Explain why the object you are holding is 3 Demensional. Try also asking them why a certain shape is 3 Dimensional, for instance, "What does a 3 Dimensional Square look like?" Let them get interactive and explain to them that a 3...

Yes. Itself.

A real life object of a quadrilateral is a windowpane.

A note

there are 29 zeros in the first 200 digits of pi.

yes, but not necessarily a square

Alternate angles

The molecular geometry of a molecule can be determined using theVSEPR theory. VSEPR (Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion) Theory: The basicpremise of this simple theory is that electron pairs (bonding andnonbonding) repel one another; so the electron pairs will adopt ageometry about an atom that...

The point that moves (if none a new point is made) goes up or downthe graph. Up is a positive number. Down is a negative number.

Its length is 12 cm because 2(12+10) = 44 cm

Well It depends how big and long The house is!!!

A square or a rhombus

Parallelogram

You cannot convert square inches to inches. Square inches are unitsused to measure area and inches are units of length. You cannotconvert one to the other.

They face the direction in which the cold air is advancing.

Multiply 9*16 to see how much it would measure in square meters.Then, multiply it by 1.25 which is the cost of each square meter.

There's no school near where they live, they might be barred from attending school, because they are women, or belong to a minority religion, or skin color. They are forced to work to support the family. They have abusive parents. They ran away from home, and can not go to school, because they have...

Obsolute angle

113.1 square inches.

HOW MUCH WOOD .
From: http://www.cdc.gov/nasd/docs/d001201-d001300/d001235/d001235.html.
The following is called the Smithers method for estimating the number of cords of wood to heat a house. A standard cord is a well stacked pile of wood 128 cubic feet in volume, a pile 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet....

The cylinder's diameter will be about 32.58m

A regular pentagon can always be drawn through any two given pointswith those two points as any two vertices of the pentagon.(Diagonals of a pentagon connect two vertices which are not next toeach other.)

Only if the congruent angle is the angle between the two congruent sides (SAS postulate).

Circumference is pi times diameter. If the radius is 24, the diameter (twice the radius) is 48, making the circumference 48pi, or approximately 150.72 units.

A square meter is larger. A square yard consists of an area 3 feet by 3 feet, producing an area of 9 square feet. A square meter is an area roughly 3.28 feet by 3.28 feet, producing an area of roughly 10.76 square feet.

If you're talking about two parrallel lines that have a line whichstrikes through them then the term is congruent angles.

Work: don't care about time (that's power) frictionless means don't care about length of plane only care about height and mass -- figure 9.8 m/s*s foracceleration of gravity F=ma F times distance (up) = work good luck

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Hmm, you can talk about the polygon like: "A polygon cannot have less than 3 sides." Hope this helped.

60. Complementary angles' measures sume 90

They do not cross. Lines that are parallel go in the same direction, but some distanceapart. Coplanar means they are in the same horizontal plane.Therefore the two lines can never cross each other.

They are parallel lines.

No but they do intersect each other at right angles

Formula to find perimeter of a square is 4 times a where is themeasure of one side of the square since the perimeter is squared (4a)^2=400 4a = root of 400 4a= 20 a= 5 Area of a square is a^2 5*5=25 unit square is the area

First, find the real perimeter by doing square root of 400 which is20. Now, find the measure of eache side by dividing it by 4, whichis 5. Finally, 5 to the squared is the area of the square, which is25.

Below 90 degrees

113 square inches.

If it is a circle than the formula to find the area is pi*(r)^2,which gives you 616.

One dimensional objects are lines, straight or curved. For example a line segment, a circle, a parabola, an ellipsis etc...

1/2"x2" m.s bolt

equiangular triangle

Divisibles, the 6 foot man would cast a shadow 2 feet long.

It depends on the shape of the container the liquid is in and thedimensions of the liquid mass. A mega-liter of water in the shapeof a cube has a depth, length, and width of 10 meters.

It can be used to refer to lines or planes. It means thatwhereverer they extend, they will never intersect.

One of the most common would be the roof of most homes and manybuildings. The rafters of the roof form a triangle, and most havesmaller triangles as part of the supporting structure to hold theroof up, and withstand wind, snow load, and other external forces.

Their sum is 360 and the angles in opposite corners are congruent.

Since 36=24+1/2.24 and abc and pqr are similar, ab= 10+1/2.10=15.

After rearranging the equation to y= 6x-42, we can find that theslope is 6.

A square is a rectangle however a rectangle is not a square because it doesn't have equal edges.