Similar Triangles Project February 12‚ 2013 Introduction: In this project‚ I found the height of an object I chose based on how tall one of my partners is‚ how far away she is from the mirror‚ and how far the mirror was from the base of one of the objects. From there I set up a proportion and solved for X. X represented the unknown height of the chosen object. Once I figured this out I then converted to feet and compared that to my partners height to see if it
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Open Documentgiven non - collinear points is: [Marks:1] A. Two B. infinitely many C. Four D. Three 6] The area of a right triangle with base 5 m and altitude 12 m is [Marks:1] A. 50 m2 B. 15 m2 C. 9 m2 D. 30 m2 7] Evaluate: 53 - 23 - 33 [Marks:1] A. 80 B. 60 C. 120 D. 90 8] The area of an equilateral triangle of side 14 cm is [Marks:1] A. B. C. D. 9] Simplify: [Marks:2] 10] Check whether (x
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Open DocumentSample Question Paper 349 Sample Question Paper Mathematics (211) Time : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100 Note : 1. Question Numbers (1–16) are Multiple Choice Questions. Each question carries one mark. For each question‚ four alternative choices are given‚ of which only one is correct. You have to select the correct alternative and indicate it in the box provided against each question by writing A‚ B‚ C or D as the case may be. 2. Question Numbers (17–26) carry 3 marks each. 3. Question
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Open DocumentQuadratic Equations and their Applications A right triangle is a triangle with a 90 degree angle. These types of triangle can be found all around us and we have a handy formula that describes the relationship between all three sides of right triangles‚ The Pythagorean theorem. This says that for any right triangle that has sides of length a and b‚ and hypotenuse of length c‚ the following equation holds: a2+b2=c2. For your initial response: Complete both parts. a) You’re locked out of
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Open DocumentName LESSON Date Class Practice A 11-5 Angle Relationships in Circles In Exercises 1–3‚ match the letter of the drawing to the formula for finding the measure of the angle. 1 B A. 1. m ABC __ (mAC mDE ) 2 2. m ABC 1 __ (mAC 2 m DE ) C B. 3. m ABC 1 __ mAB 2 A C. Find each measure. 4. m FGH 5. m IJ 6. 45° 150° 7. m QPR 55° m YUV 116° 8. Some cities in Europe are thousands of years old. Often the small center of the old city is surrounded
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Open Document4.14 TRIANGLES Triangles are three-sided shapes that lie in one plane. Triangles are a type of polygons. The sum of all the angles in any triangle is 180º. Triangles can be classified according to the size of its angles. Some examples are : Acute Triangles An acute triangle is a triangle whose angles are all acute (i.e. less than 90°). In the acute triangle shown below‚ a‚ b and c are all acute angles. Sample Problem 1: A triangle has angles 46º‚ 63º and 71º. What type of triangle is this? Answer:
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Open DocumentThe Bermuda Triangle 23530 IMEC Advanced Communication in English 2416-2418 November 2012 23530 IMEC Advanced Communication in English 2416-2418 November 2012 The Speech Aida Mariana Martinez The Bermuda Triangle Specific Purpose After my speech‚ more than 50% of my audience will know the basics about the Bermuda Triangle‚ the origins‚ what happens‚ and the discoveries; and will have woken some interest in it. Thesis Statement It’s important for people to know the mysteries
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Open DocumentBermuda Triangle The Bermuda Triangle is one of the biggest mysteries in the world. Since Christopher Columbus discovered it in 1492‚ there have been numerous airplanes‚ ships‚ and vessels to “disappear” in the middle of the triangle. There are many theories about what could have happened to these missing ships‚ but no one really knows what is out there for sure. Some say that the lost city of Atlantis is at he bottom of the Atlantic Ocean; some say there are Aliens. Others believe
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Open DocumentLuis Puga Trig. Ms.Candidato 2/20/12 The Pascal’s Triangle The Pascal’s Triangle is a triangular array of the binomial coefficients. The system after French mathematician Blaise Pascal. The set of numbers that form Pascal’s triangle were known before Pascal. However‚ Pascal developed many uses of it and was the first one to organize all the information together in his treatise‚ Traité du triangle arithmétique (1653). The numbers originally arose from Hindu studies of combinatorics and binomial
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Open DocumentThe Bermuda Triangle‚ also known as the Devil’s Triangle‚ is an infamous stretch of the Atlantic Ocean bordered by the southern coast of the U.S.‚ Bermuda‚ and the Greater Antilles that has been the location of strange disappearances of ships and aircraft since the mid-19th century. Could supernatural forces be responsible for these occurrences? Some probable explanations for the missing vessels include hurricanes‚ undersea earthquakes and magnetic fields that interfere withcompasses and other positioning
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