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Explain how to use the midpoint formula to prove or disprove that ABCD is a parallelogram.A) Prove that AC and BD do not have the same midpoint. The diagonals of a parallelogram cannot have the same midpoint. B) Prove that AD and BC have the same midpoint. All sides of a parallelogram are congruent; therefore, they have the same midpoint. C) Prove that AC and BD have the same midpoint. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other; therefore, they have the same midpoint. D) Prove that AB and CD do not have the same midpoint. All sides of a parallelogram are congruent; therefore, they have different midpoints.
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7 months ago
please help i have 2 questions thank you very much.
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7 months ago
What is the solution to the system of equations shown in the graph below?
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7 months ago
A square has a side length of 3x + 5. What expression is equivalent to the AREA of the square MINUS the PERIMETER of the square?Please show your work.*There is no answer choices
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7 months ago
Triangle EFG has vertices E(–3, 4), F(–5, –1), and G(1, 1). The triangle is translated so that the coordinates of the image are E’(–1, 0), F’(–3, –5), and G’(3, –3). Which rule was used to translate the image? T4, –4(x, y) T–4, –4(x, y) T2, –4(x, y) T–2, –4(x, y)
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7 months ago
The following table shows the data collected from four random samples of 50 students from a small middle school regarding their reading preferences: Book Preferences Sample # Novels Short Stories Classics Comic Books Total 1 26 19 1 4 50 2 30 10 3 7 50 3 33 15 1 1 50 4 22 18 2 8 50 Based on the results in the table, what type of reading is preferred by the majority of students in the samples?
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7 months ago
The price for an ounce of gold on september 23,2013,was $1,326.40. A group of 10 friends decide to equally share the cost of 1 ounce of gold. How many money will each friend pay?
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7 months ago
Will someone please answer (ALL) the questions that’s are highlighted? Except for 14 & 16..
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7 months ago
For the function f(x)=x2+ 4 , solve for the whole number value of x when f(x) =40 .
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7 months ago
job a pays $9.95 per hour, 40 hours per week. job b pays $17,500 per year.which job pays better?
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7 months ago
tire rim has a diameter of 15 in. What is the circumference of the tire rim? Use 3.14 for pi
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7 months ago
please help, thank you very much.
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7 months ago
which phrase best describes a figure with dimensions of 2 units by 2 units by 4 units and a volume of 16 cubic units
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7 months ago
*WILL MARK BRAINLIEST*Find each probability for rolling two standard number cubes.1. P(sum of 4)2. P(sum of 1)MUST EXPLAIN!!WILL REPORT RANDOM ANSWERS
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7 months ago
Need help AsapA: 10x − 4y = 20B: 8x + 6y = 14 Solve this system of equations using addition. Show all of your work. Also list the property that you use in each step
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7 months ago
What type of model should be used to make a prediction from the given data?(0,0), (1,3), (2,4), (3, 3), (4, 1).linearcubicsquare rootquadratic
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7 months ago
Consider the following geometric sequence: -5, 10, -20, 40,..... if the explicit formula for the sequence above is expressed in the form an=B•C ^N-1 determine the values of B and C
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7 months ago
The length of the art table is 2 meters. The width is 1 meter. If Ms.Buji wants to cover the top of the table with paper. How many square meters will she need?
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7 months ago
If h(x)=(f o g )(x) and h(x)=5(x+1)^3, find one possibility for f(x) and g(x)
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7 months ago
This is a polygon and I need help finding the missing angle ?
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