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GEOMETRY
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Formulas for Circles
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Rotations and Rotational Symmetry
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Finding Volume of Cylinders and Spheres
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Circles with Tangents and Secants
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Circle Word Problems
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Finding Surface Area of Cubes and Prisms
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Finding Angle Measures
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Martin wants to know how tall a certain flagpole is. Martin walks 10 meters from the flagpole lies on the ground, and measures an angle of 70° from the ground
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In the diagram, triangle ABC and triangle RST are congruent equilateral triangles with corresponding sides parallel. What is the value of x? SEE ATTACHED
Find the volume of the hexagonal prism whose base is a regular hexagon of side x = 10 cm.
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How to construct an isosceles triangle given the altitude to the base and one of the base angles, where the base is the side that is not congruent to any other
I have 5 multiple choice questions only 4 options to choose from. Geometry.
I have 11 multiple choice questions geometry questions. I have included the images in a pdf form. I'm trying to catch up need accurate help. :o)
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