Pre-Calculus Homework Solutions 118

Pre-Calculus Homework Solutions 118 - Chapter 5...

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Chapter 5 120 Chapter 5 Relationships in Triangles Page 235 Getting Started 1. 1 } x 1 1 2 x 2 } , } y 1 1 2 y 2 } 2 5 ¬ 1 } 2 12 2 1 4 } , } 2 5 1 2 15 } 2 5 ¬ ( 2 4, 5) 2. 1 } x 1 1 2 x 2 } , } y 1 1 2 y 2 } 2 5 ¬ 1 } 2 22 2 1 10 } , } 2 25 2 1 10 } 2 5 ¬ ( 2 6, 2 7.5) 3. 1 } x 1 1 2 x 2 } , } y 1 1 2 y 2 } 2 5 ¬ 1 } 19 1 2 ( 2 20) } , } 2 7 1 2 ( 2 3) } 2 5 ¬ ( 2 0.5, 2 5) 4. m / 1 1 104 5 ¬ 180 m / 1 5 ¬ 76 5. m / 2 1 36 5 ¬ 104 m / 2 5 ¬ 68 6. m / 3 1 104 5 ¬ 180 m / 3 5 ¬ 76 7. m / 4 5 40 8. m / 5 1 m / 4 5 ¬ 104 m / 5 1 40 5 ¬ 104 m / 5 5 ¬ 64 9. m / 5 1 m / 6 5 ¬ 90 64 1 m / 6 5 ¬ 90 m / 6 5 ¬ 26 10. m / 7 1 40 5 ¬ 180 m / 7 5 ¬ 140 11. m / 8 1 m / 6 5 ¬ m / 4 m / 8 1 26 5 ¬ 40 m / 8 5 ¬ 14 12. Let p and q represent the parts of the statement. p :the three sides of one triangle are congruent to the three sides of a second triangle q :the triangles are congruent Statement (1): p q Statement (2): q No conclusion can be reached because the truth of p is unknown. 13.
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