This preview shows page 1. Sign up to view the full content.
129
Chapter 5
25.
By the Exterior Angle Inequality Theorem,
m
/
3
.
m
/
10 and
m
/
5
.
m
/
10. Thus, the
measures of
/
3 and
/
5 are greater than
m
/
10.
26.
By the Exterior Angle Inequality Theorem,
m
/
1
.
m
/
3,
m
/
1
.
m
/
6, and
m
/
1
.
m
/
9.
Thus, the measures of
/
3,
/
6, and
/
9 are all less
than
m
/
1.
27.
By the Exterior Angle Inequality Theorem,
m
/
8
.
m
/
9,
m
/
7
.
m
/
9,
m
/
3
.
m
/
9, and
m
/
1
.
m
/
9. Thus, the measures of
/
8,
/
7,
/
3,
and
/
1 are all greater than
m
/
9.
28.
By the Exterior Angle Inequality Theorem,
m
/
8
.
m
/
2,
m
/
8
.
m
/
4,
m
/
8
.
m
/
5, and
m
/
8
.
m
/
9. Thus, the measures of
/
2,
/
4,
/
5,
and
/
9 are all less than
m
/
8.
29.
The side opposite
/
KAJ
is shorter than the side
opposite
/
AJK
, so
m
/
KAJ
,
m
/
AJK
.
30.
The side opposite
/
MJY
is longer than the side
opposite
/
JYM
, so
m
/
MJY
.
m
/
JYM
.
31.
The side opposite
/
SMJ
is longer than the side
opposite
/
MJS
, so
m
/
SMJ
.
m
/
MJS
.
32.
The side opposite
/
AKJ
is longer than the side
opposite
/
JAK
, so
m
/
AKJ
.
m
/
JAK
.
33.
The side opposite
/
MYJ
is shorter than the side
opposite
/
JMY
, so
m
/
MYJ
,
m
/
JMY
.
This is the end of the preview. Sign up
to
access the rest of the document.
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

Click to edit the document details