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The correct answer show be 100 because a quadrilateral has a interior angle measure of 360 degrees. The angles given are 50 and 80 which equal 130. So the individual would do 180-80 giving you 100. Since you subtract angle F being 80 because angle F and angle G show have a total of 180. Another...

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How did you get (7/2,5) because I got (3.5,5)

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Hashtag is the most beautiful and amazing day of my favorite thing about the new same future is a good one to talk about.

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How can you tell for certain whether they are coplanar or not? If it isn't drawn in the box it could still be on the plane, right? There should be a "Not enough info" answer.

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There is no indication telling us that the planes are parallel. There should be symbols on the lines to indicate that they are parallel. I have been taught to always assume that if something is not marked, it is not there, unless you can use other information to come to that conclusion.

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The figure is Translated right by 4 and

Translated up by 2

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This answer is incorrect, there is no way that you can get -8b. The correct answer is 11a+2b

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