This is my geometery page below. Im not sure about this page. The answers i didnt get are the one that are balnk and sometimes i think that the answer i put in are wrong, please help!!! really need it, on "The Traingle Sum Theory"

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- Nov 1st 2006, 05:26 PMOnMyWayToBeAMathProffesorCould Really use Help in Geometery HW Please!
This is my geometery page below. Im not sure about this page. The answers i didnt get are the one that are balnk and sometimes i think that the answer i put in are wrong, please help!!! really need it, on "The Traingle Sum Theory"

Attachment 1169 - Nov 1st 2006, 05:40 PMQuick
move the red points to fill in the answers to 12-16 (the diagram might take a while to load at first)

For the other problems, it looks like you don't know what a linear pair is.

A linear pair is two angles sharing a side and a line (such as angles 3 and 4 in the diagram), they equal 180. Can you finish the rest of the problems? - Nov 1st 2006, 05:48 PMOnMyWayToBeAMathProffesorReply To First Post
- Nov 1st 2006, 06:01 PMQuick
I think your main problem is linear pairs. Angles AXB and BXC are a linear pair, after moving the points around, what can you find out about linear pairs?

Tell me if you figure it out :)

and please, if you quote this, remove the [draw]Point (40,100) [label ('A')]; Point (140,100) [label ('C')]; Point (90,30) [label ('B')]; Line (1,2); Point on object (4,.5) [label ('X')]; Ray (3,5); Angle (1,5,3,30,120,'Angle AXB = '); Angle (2,5,3,30,135,'Angle BXC = '); Calculate (30,150,'AXB + BXC = ','A B +') (8,7);[/draw] from the quote - Nov 1st 2006, 06:08 PMOnMyWayToBeAMathProffesorReply To Quick
thanxs for the help, this is wat i got, are these right because we mite have a pop quiz on this, Attachment 1172

- Nov 1st 2006, 06:12 PMQuick
I see some errors in your table for the parallel lines diagram, such as KON equals 35 degrees. Do you know the parallal postulates?

- Nov 1st 2006, 06:14 PMOnMyWayToBeAMathProffesorReplay To Quick
I am somewhat familar with them. Except for that, is everything rite? thanxs

- Nov 1st 2006, 06:22 PMQuick
I see a few errors in 12-16

Notice that (m means "measure of angle"): $\displaystyle m1+m2+m3=180$

Thus: $\displaystyle m1+m2=180-m3$

And that: $\displaystyle m3+m4=180$

Therefore: $\displaystyle m4=180-m3$

Therefore: $\displaystyle m1+m2=m4$

I would use that info to check your answers, I DON'T RECOMMEND USING IT TO FIND THE ANSWER!

Anyway, I'm done for the night so you'll have to check over yourself... Ciao - Nov 1st 2006, 06:32 PMOnMyWayToBeAMathProffesorTahnxs A Lot
Thanxs A Lot I Really Appricated Ur Help. Ur Very Smart For A 15 Year Old. Goodnight:) :) :) :) :d :d