# Geometry Homework Help

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A pair of solids are called similar when they have the same shape and their corresponding linear measures are proportional. The ratio that compares the sizes is called the scale factor, and it is...

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In the problem it is given that line a is parallel to line b, line a is perpendicular to line c and line b is perpendicular to line d. As line a is perpendicular to line c, the angle marked in the...

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Label the vertices A:(2,9);B:(3,0) and C(1,3). To find the perimeter of the triangle we find the lengths of each of the sides. To find the length, use the distance formula: between points...

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The general formula for the area of a regular polygon is: Area=`(Apothem*Perimeter)/2` where the apothem is a line segment between the center and one of its sides and the perimeter is the sum of...

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We are starting with a square, which means all four of the sides of equal in length. We are told that each side of the field is 120 yards. Since there are 3 feet in 1 yard, this is equal to...

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The volume of a cone, oblique or right circular is computed using the formula V = 1/3 x area of base x height (this can be proved using calculus - a cone is a solid of revolution, or Cavalieri's...

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To Prove: `Delta FBE` is isosceles FE=EC (given) `therefore /_ BFE = /_ BCE` (isosceles triangle FCE) Note that F is an extension of CB In circle BACE angle BAE=angle BCE(arc BE subtends...

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Since the line AB subtends a right angle at the origin (0,0), then an instance of the pair (A,B) is any of the pairs of points (there are four possible pairs in fact) where the curve (a...

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