Which of the following is the correct equation used to solve for the measure of each angle? OA.

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(i) 170

(1) 7

(1) 5

(1) 5

(1) 5

(1) 5

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2020-10-27
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Which of the following is the correct equation used to solve for the measure of each angle? OA.

The measure of analeAis Click to select your answer(s). Save for Later 0.

(i) 170

(1) 7

(1) 5

(1) 5

(1) 5

(1) 5

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Answered 2020-10-28
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You need to show the picture to solve this. IF angle A, B, and C are all interior angles of a triangle, then the answer is D.

The sum of interior angles of a triangle equal 180

The sum of interior angles of a triangle equal 180

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These two triangles are similar by AA similarity. The ratio of corresponding altitudes is proportional to the ratio of corresponding sides. Find the value of x.

Given,

Two triangles are similar by angle-angle similarity,

Given,

Two triangles are similar by angle-angle similarity,

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To Complete:the statement WZ=? and RS=? in the figure shown.

Given:

Figure is shown below.

RW=15, ZR=10 and ZS=8

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Are the two triangles similar? If so, by what similarity shortcut?

SSS

SAS

AA

Not Similar

SSS

SAS

AA

Not Similar

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To prove:The congruency of $\overrightarrow{MH}\stackrel{\sim}{=}\overrightarrow{JO}$ .

Given information:

The following information has been given GJKM is a rhombus

$\mathrm{\angle}JOG=\mathrm{\angle}MHG={90}^{\circ}$

Given information:

The following information has been given GJKM is a rhombus

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Prove that if $a,b,c\in \mathbb{R}$ are all distinct, then $a+b+c=0$ if and only if $(a,{a}^{3}),(b,{b}^{3}),(c,{c}^{3})$ are collinear.

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Gauss-divergence theorem for volume integral of a gradient field

I need to make sure that the derivation in the book I am using is mathematically correct. The problem is about finding the volume integral of the gradient field. The author directly uses the Gauss-divergence theorem to relate the volume integral of gradient of a scalar to the surface integral of the flux through the surface surrounding this volume, i.e.

${\int}_{CV}^{}\mathrm{\nabla}\varphi dV={\int}_{\delta CV}^{}\varphi d\mathbf{S}$

I need to make sure that the derivation in the book I am using is mathematically correct. The problem is about finding the volume integral of the gradient field. The author directly uses the Gauss-divergence theorem to relate the volume integral of gradient of a scalar to the surface integral of the flux through the surface surrounding this volume, i.e.

${\int}_{CV}^{}\mathrm{\nabla}\varphi dV={\int}_{\delta CV}^{}\varphi d\mathbf{S}$

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Theorems that we can prove only by contradiction