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3. The shapes L, R, and N are alike because they each have exactly four sides, therefore called
quadrilaterals. They are each quadrilaterals because L is a par
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4.
b) Each of the points on ABCD corresponds to the points on ABCD. The corresponding
letters have the same angle measurements over the line of reflection. Al
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29. a) Start by imagining one square yard positioned in the corner of the football field. Then you
tile more square yards around it until they fill all the sp
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15.
a)
b) V = lwh
v = 10 * 4 * 5
V = 200 cm3
V = lwh
V=8*5*5
V = 200 cm3
V = lwh
V = 20 * 2 * 5
V = 200 cm3
c) Yes, everyone must draw a prism with a base tha
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9. Yes this net can be folded to make an open cube. I know this because I replicated the net on a
separate sheet of paper and physically put it together. The
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Investigation 4
32. The enlargement of a game spinner will not change the probability of landing on a
color. When an object is scaled bigger or smaller, the a
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13. The student correctly knows about the scale factor, but does not understand the term
similar. Two or more shapes can only be similar if: they have the sam
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36. a) The amount of fencing needed to enclose the patio is the perimeter. This is the sum
of all the sides of the rectangle.
P = 2l + 2w
P = 2 (20ft) + 2 (30f
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Reflection 4
21. Marlika is correct because the area of a triangle relies on the base and height. Tomas is
thinking that the area depends on the size of the angles, but it
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Reflection 3
6. a)
b)
27. The rules that Chuck and Ruth wrote to determine the perimeter of a rectangle are
correct. They found two out of the three formulas to write perim
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2. The length of a side in the polygon set does not affect the interior angle measures.
The only factors that can change the measures of the interior angles are
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13. a) The triangle 1, XYZ, was reflected across line segment XY. This resulted in the
creation of triangle 2, XYA. Then triangle 2 was reflected across line