Question 22 The door on a spacecraft is formed with 6 straight panels that overlap to form a regular hexagon. What is the Not yet measure of ZYXZ?
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NEED ANSWERS ASAP!! Please show legitimate answer and provide step by step explanation to support your answer for Questions #22 - #31 (preferred if you were to write it on graph paper). *These are practice questions designed to prepare me for my upcoming finals test next week, the questions and answers used for this test can't be used for the finals test*

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Question 22 The door on a spacecraft is formed with 6 straight panels that overlap to form a regular hexagon. What is the Not yet measure of ZYXZ? answered Points out of 1.00 Flag question Z Select one: O a. mzyxz = 450 O b. myxz = 120 O c. mZYXZ = 60 O d. mZYxz = 720

Question 23 To find out how wide a river is, Jon and Sally mark an X at the spot directly across from a big rock on the other Not yet side of the river. Then they walk in a straight line along the river, perpendicular to the straight line between the answered X and the rock. After walking for 20 feet Jon stops while Sally continues along the straight line for another 10 Points out of feet. Then she makes a 90 degree turn and walks for 30 feet. When she stops and looks at the rock she sees 1.00 that the straight line from her to the rock passes through Jon. What is the distance from X to the rock? Flag question Rock distance 20 ft y Jon 10 ft Q Tum -be Sally 30 ft Select one: O a. 50 feet O b. 63 feet O c. 60 feet O d. 30 feet

Question 24 Not yet Translate the triangle with vertices A(3, 4), B(2, - 1), and C(4, 12) along the vector (1, 3). Find the coordinates of answered the new image. Points out of 1.00 Select one: Flag question O a. A'(6, 3), B'(5, - 2), and C'(7, 1 1) O b. A'(-3, 12), B'(-2, - 3), and C'(-4, 36) O c. A'(2, 7), B'(1, 2), and C' (3, 15) O d. A'(4, 7), B'(3, - 2), and C'(5, 15)

Question 25 Complete the two-column proof. Not yet Given: ABDF and FBCD are parallelograms. answered Prove: ZBCD = ZABF Points out of 1.00 Flag question A Complete the proof. Proof: Statements Reasons 1. ABDF and FBCD are parallelograms. 1. Given 2. ZBCD = ZDFB 2. [1] 3. DF | AB 3. Opposite sides in a parallelogram are parallel. 4. ZDFB = ZABF 4. [2] 5. ZBCD = ZABF 5. Substitution Select one: O a. [1] CPCTC [2] In a parallelogram, opposite angles are congruent.

O b. [1] Vertical Angles Theorem [2] Alternate Exterior Angles Theorem O c. [1] In a parallelogram, opposite angles are congruent. [2] Alternate Interior Angles Theorem O d. [1] In a parallelogram, consecutive angles are congruent. [2] In a parallelogram, all angles are congruent.

Question 26 In parallelogram LMNO, NO = 10.2, and ZO= 14.7. What is the perimeter of parallelogram LMNO? Not yet answered Points out of Answer: 1.00 Flag question

Question 27 Find the measure of angle CED. Not yet answered Points out of 1.00 A Flag question E degrees

Question 28 Not yet Find the measure of arc DEA answered Points out of 1.00 A Flag question D E degrees

Question 29 Not yet Find the measure of arc AB answered Points out of B 1.00 Flag question (52 + 20) A C (7z - 4) D degrees

Question 30 Find the length of arc AB. Round the result to the nearest tenth. Use 3.14 Not yet answered for IT Points out of B 1.00 Flag question O 12 in. 60 A Answer:

Question 31 Not yet Find the area of the shaded sector of the circle. Round to the nearest tenth. answered Use 3.14 for IT Points out of 1.00 Flag question 10 cm 85 Answer:

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