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for each of the following,comparethe two ratesand determine the lower rate

cycling speeds :35km/h or 15min to travel 4.5 mi

Posted 2 years ago by **megank5** in Math 20-2 | 1 answers

#proportional reasoning

Determine the equation of a function that represent the flight of the clay disc

Posted 2 years ago by **mvh2002** in Math 20-2 | 0 answers

#quadratic functions

Is there enough information to determine whether or not ABCD is a parallelogram? If so, explain whether or not it is a parallelogram

Posted 1 year ago by **ggggmmmm123** in Math 20-2 | 0 answers

#geometry

daphne is designing a poster for her band the sweet monsters she wants the letters to be slanted and wants the two words on separate lines she plans to draw a grid of parallel lines to use as a guide to do this A)using a straightedge and compass or a straightedge and protractor draw a parallel lines that daphne could use to guide each letter in her poster draw your guide so there are no right angles B)Explain how you know your parallel lines are parallel C) create the text for the poster

Posted 1 year ago by **ggggmmmm123** in Math 20-2 | 1 answers

#geometry

The side length of the gazebo's base is the same as a side length of the outer surface of the gazebo's roof. If the roof is 1.5 m tall, what angle is formed at the top of each triangular section of the roof?

Posted 1 year ago by **ggggmmmm123** in Math 20-2 | 1 answers

#geometry

As the earth revolves around the sun, distant objects can be seen from different locations. This idea can be used to measure the distance between earth and nearby stars and is called stellar parallax. To see how this process works, consider the simplified scenario below. A distant object is observed on earth from location 1 and again six months later at location 2. The angle at both location 1 and 2 is 89.9°. How many astronomical units is the distant object from location 1?

Posted 1 year ago by **ggggmmmm123** in Math 20-2 | 2 answers

#geometry

Triangles ABC and DEF are both right triangles. Each has a hypotenuse length of 10 m. Is this enough information to conclude that the two triangles are congruent?

Posted 1 year ago by **gmmmmm** in Math 20-2 | 1 answers

#geometry

The safe stopping distance, d, in metres, of a Harold Dobson motorcycle on wet pavement is given by the function d s 0 0. 2 3s s 20 2 ^ h = ^ + h, where s is the speed of the motocycle in metres per second. Find the speed at which the safe stopping distance is 50 metres.

Posted 1 year ago by **jimmy12444** in Math 20-2 | 2 answers

#quadratic functions

Why is knowing a combination of four pairs of equal sides or angles harantees one of the congruence relationships

Posted 1 year ago by **jm77** in Math 20-2 | 1 answers

#congruent triangles

covert 92km/h into m/s

Posted 1 year ago by **000135186** in Math 20-2 | 3 answers

#proportional reasoning