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- Angle (#3947)
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- Angle (#5206)
angle PQR and angle SQR form a linear pair. Find the sum of their measures
- Angle (#7075)
sam and martha aretiming themselveson completing math problems.It takes sam 12 seconds to complete a problem, and it takes martha 9 seconds to finish a problem.if they both just finished a ...
- Angle (#8260)
The measure of one of the angles of a triangle is 26 degrees less than twice the measure of another angle. The measure of the third angle is 35 ...
- Angle (#8820)
Find the measure of an angle if the measure of its supplement is 4 degrees more than twice the measure of its complement.
- Exterior Angles (#4853)
In triangle ABC, point E is segmented from C forming an exterior angle. If measure of angle B is ten more than thrice measure of angle BAC and its exterior angle is two more than twice measure of angle BAC. Find the unknown value and the measure of each three interior angles. by Richard D. Samulde, Teacher in Mathematics
- From a point 12 m from the base of a flagpole (#2655)
From a point 12 m from the base of a flagpole the angle of elevation to the top of the pole is 42 ...
- Jerry has a window in his room (#2973)
Jerry has a window in his room. His window is a triangle. If angle one measures 63 degrees, and angle two measures 77 ...
- Measuring Angles (#4158)
The sum of the measures of two obtuse angles is 215.The sum of three-fifths of the supplement of the smaller angle and two-thirds the supplement of the larger angle is 91...
- Measuring Angles (#3790)
parallel lines: measure of angle 1= 3x+10 and the measure of angle 2=2x+60 find m1
- Measuring Angles (#4773)
find the complement of each of the following angles: 15 degrees 17´
- Measuring Angles (#6484)
Cyclist A averages 80 pedal revolutions per minute, and Cyclist B averages 61 pedal revolution per minute. At these rates, how many more minutes does Cyclist B need than Cyclist A to make 9...
- Measuring Angles (#7720)
abby's garden has a area of 72 ft sq ...
- What is the measure of an angle (#2538)
What is the measure of an angle whose supplement is 15 degrees less than twice the measure of the angle?