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### Are A equals abc and B equals 123 an equal set?

No, they are not equal sets.

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No, they are not equal sets.

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The measurement of angle ABD is 73 degrees. You find this angle by subtracting angle DBC from angle ABC, or 89-16 is equal to 73 degrees.

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Take a rhombus ABCD. A rhombus as 4 equal sides, thus AB = BC = CD = DA Draw in 1 diagonal AC. This splits the rhombus into 2 triangles. ABC and CDA with side AB = CD, BC =… Full Answer

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It is possible.

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First draw a triangle with vertices A, B, and C. Let's let C be at the top and B and A the base of the triangle. A' and B' are on the line drawn parallel to the base and through… Full Answer

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Suppose ABCD is a rectangle.Consider the two triangles ABC and ABD AB = DC (opposite sides of a rectangle) BC is common to both triangles and angle ABC = 90 deg = angle DCB Therefore, by SAS, the two triangles… Full Answer

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Angle ABD = 4x - 4 Angle ABC = twice angle ABD = 7x + 4 So 7x + 4 = 2*(4x - 4) = 8x - 8 So x = 12 Then angle DBC = half of angle ABC… Full Answer

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The triangle ABC is an equallateral triangle since angle ABC is one sixth of 360 degress of the circle and the angles BAC and BCA are equal of the remaining 180-60=120 degrees. With radius BC (or BA) being 6; the… Full Answer

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6 -- abc, acb, bac, bca, cab, cba

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False. If ABC definitely equals DEF equals MNO and MNO equals PQR then ABC does not equal PQR by the transitive property.

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Let the Isosceles Triangle be ∆ ABC with sides AB = AC = 14', and BC = 17' Draw a line bIsecting angle BAC. This line will be perpendicular to and bisect BC at point D. Then ∆ DBA (or… Full Answer

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If m<ABC=m<DBE, than m<CBE=m<ABD

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when angle abc and abd equalls to 90 degree then ab perpendicular to cd

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Any 3 from 6 is 6!/(3! x 3!) ie 720/36 which is 20: ABC/ABD/ABE/ABF/ACD/ACE/ACF/ADE/ADF/AEF/ BCD/BCE/BCF/BDE/BDF/BEF/CDE/CDF/CEF/DEF. If the order in which they can run is taken into account then that 20 must be multiplied by 6 viz: ABC/ACB/BAC/BCA/CAB/CBA etc

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No, because equivalent sets are sets that have the SAME cardinality but equal sets are sets that all their elements are precisely the SAME. example: A={a,b,c} and B={1,2,3} equivalent sets C={1,2,3} and D={1,2,3} equal sets

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"strcmp" accepts two strings and compares them, returning a positive or negative number representing the difference between their first differing characters. for example: strcmp('abc', 'abc'); // returns 0 strcmp('abc', 'abd'); // returns -1 strcmp('abc', 'abb'); // returns 1 strcmp('abc', 'tnthdaou')… Full Answer

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Two sets are equal when they have the same elements.

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yes, equal sets are equalent

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Yes. Equivalent means equal.

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Two sets are equal if they both contain the same elements.

Suppose you have triangle ABC with base BC, and angle B = angle C. Draw the altitude AD. Considers triangles ABD and ACD angle ABD = angle ACD (given) angle ADB = 90 deg = angle ACD therefore angle BAD… Full Answer

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c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca c bca… Full Answer

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equal sets with exactly the same elements and number of elements.equivalent sets with numbers of elements

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35 degrees

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Triangle ABC is an equilateral triangle if and only if the lengths AB, AC & BC are all equal and the angles ∠ABC, ∠ACB & ∠CAB are all equal (to 60o).

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The only quadrilaterals that have all sides an equal length are a square abd a rhombus.

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Two sets are equal if they contain the same identical elements. If two sets have only the same number of elements, then the two sets are One-to-One correspondence. Equal sets are One-to-One correspondence but correspondence sets are not always equal… Full Answer

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Yes, they can be

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It's very similar to the Segment Addition Postulate. m<ABC=m<ABD + m<DBC. An angle is a figure that's formed by two rays with a common endpoint called a vertex. (the vertex will always be in the center of your angle). Ex… Full Answer

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Equal sets are the sets that are exactly the same, element for element. A proper subset has some, but not all, of the same elements. An improper subset is an equal set.

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Two sets are said to be equal when all the elements in the two sets are same

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A Kite. The two sets of equal sides are consecutive.

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10 (x 6 if no repetition is allowed but abc is not regarded as the same as acb), 125 if it is. ABC/ABD/ABE/ACD/ACE/ADE/BCD/BCE/BDE/CDE

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Triangle ABC would be an isosceles. An isosceles triangle is defined as having two sides of equal length. This would also mean, then, that two angles in the triangle are also the same.

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Subsets is one type of an sets

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Yes.

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What are equal sets?? A set is a grouping of numbers. Set P = {1,4,9} if set Q is equal it must contain exactly the same numbers.

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90, provided the sets do not overlap.

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It is possible.

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two or more sets may be equal if they have the same elements. The sign of equality'=' is placed between the two sets in such cases;e.g. if A={1,2,3} and B={3,1,2} then A=B

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1.) side lengths are equal 2.) two sets of parallel sides 3.) two sets of equal angles (opposite angles are equal)

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Two sets are equal if they have the same elements.

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Trapezoid

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If you have an equilateral triangle ABC, then draw the line from A to D, the mid point of BC. Then in trangles ABD and ACD, AB = AC (equilateral), BD = DC (D is midpoint), and AD is common… Full Answer