Pre-Calculus Homework Solutions 103

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36. MP 5 ¬ Ï [ 2 1 2 w ( 2 3)] w 2 1 (1 w 2 1) 2 w 5 ¬ Ï 4 1 0 w or 2 M 9 P 95 ¬ Ï (0 2 2 w ) 2 1 (1 w 2 1) 2 w 5 ¬ Ï 4 1 0 w or 2 MN 5 ¬ Ï [ 2 3 2 w ( 2 3)] w 2 1 (4 w 2 1) 2 w 5 ¬ Ï 0 1 9 w or 3 M 9 N 95 ¬ Ï (2 2 2 w ) 2 1 (4 w 2 1) 2 w 5 ¬ Ï 0 1 9 w or 3 NP 5 ¬ Ï [ 2 1 2 w ( 2 3)] w 2 1 (1 w 2 4) 2 w 5 ¬ Ï 4 1 9 w or Ï 13 w N 9 P 95 ¬ Ï (2 2 0 w ) 2 1 (4 w 2 1) 2 w 5 ¬ Ï 4 1 9 w or Ï 13 w Each pair of corresponding sides has the same measure, so they are congruent. Use a protractor to confirm that the corresponding angles are congruent. Therefore, n MPN > n M 9 P 9 N 9 . n M 9 P 9 N 9 is a flip of n MPN . 37. If people are happy, then they rarely correct their faults. 38. If a person is a champion, then he or she is afraid of losing. 39. Since two sides are marked congruent, the triangle is isosceles. 40. Since three sides are marked congruent, the triangle is equilateral. 41.
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