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9.
By the Exterior Angle Inequality Theorem,
m
/
7
.
m
/
2
1
m
/
3 and
m
/
7
.
m
/
5
1
m
/
6,
so
m
/
7
.
m
/
2,
m
/
7
.
m
/
3,
m
/
7
.
m
/
5,
and
m
/
7
.
m
/
6. Thus, the measures of
/
2,
/
3,
/
5, and
/
6 are less than
m
/
7.
10.
The side opposite
/
WXY
is longer than the side
opposite
/
XYW
, so
m
/
WXY
.
m
/
XYW
.
11.
The side opposite
/
XZY
is shorter than the side
opposite
/
XYZ
, so
m
/
XZY
,
m
/
XYZ
.
12.
The side opposite
/
WYX
is shorter than the side
opposite
/
XWY
, so
m
/
WYX
,
m
/
XWY
.
13.
A
w
E
w
is opposite a 30° angle, and
E
w
B
w
is opposite a
110° angle. If one angle of a triangle has a greater
measure than another angle, then the side
opposite the greater angle is longer than the side
opposite the lesser angle, so
AE
,
EB
.
14.
C
w
E
w
is opposite
/
CDE
, and
m
/
CDE
5
180
2
(50
1
55) or 75.
C
w
D
w
is opposite a 55° angle.
If one angle of a triangle has a greater measure
than another angle, then the side opposite the
greater angle is longer than the side opposite the
lesser angle, so
CE
.
CD
.
15.
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course MAC 1140 taught by Professor Dr.zhan during the Fall '10 term at UNF.
 Fall '10
 Dr.Zhan
 Calculus, PreCalculus

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