In this section you are to provide short answers to each question. 1. (a) Identify each as a line, l

Elaina Conner 2022-02-03 Answered
In this section you are to provide short answers to each question. 1. (a) Identify each as a line, line segment or ray. (i) AB (ii) -→AB (iii) ←→AB (b) give reasons for your answers in 1a (c) Are the -→AB and -→BA same? Why? (d) Does a regular pentagon tessellate? ........ (e) Justify your answer in 1d Fill in the spaces in 1f to 1h (f) A ....... divides a two-dimensional shape into two congruent shapes. (g) When two straight lines cross, it is found that the angles opposite each other are the same size. They are known as ............. (h) Can the sine rule relationship in trigonometry be used with non￾right-angled triangles? ......
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Morgan Griffin
Answered 2022-02-04 Author has 9 answers
Step 1
In the questions.
1a,b)
i)AB represents a line segment. It has both the end points
ii)-->AB represents a ray.as it has one end point
iii)<--> AB represents a line with no end points.
c)No they are not equal as they have different directions.
Step 2
d)No it does not tessellate.
e) If the figure is same on all sides, it will not fit together. Hence does not tessellate.
f)Diagonal or Perpendicular bisector.
g)Vertically opposite angles.
h) Yes the sine rule is applicable for non - right angled triangles.
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