Through any two points there is/are exactly ________ line(s).
Answer: Only one line is the correct answer.
Through any two points, there is exactly 1 line segment.
As the definition of line states that line segment has exactly two end points.
And postulate (3) of Euclid states that through any two points there is exactly one line.
And it can't be extended to any limit,
As it has only two end points.
Hence, only one line is the correct answer.
one. that is the definition of a line. Through any two points, there is exactly one line.
If a car travels 55 miles per hour how far will it travel in half an hour
55 divided by 2 is 27.5
always half it when it is half a mile
There exists a similarity transformation that maps ABC to A'B'C. The measure ofthe measure of
Step-by-step explanation: For any triangle, the angles add to 180 degrees
A+B+C = 180
68+46+C = 180
114+C = 180
C+114 = 180
C+114-114 = 180-114
C = 66
Angle C is 66 degrees
Angle C' is 66 degrees
The triangles ABC and A'B'C' are similar, so angle C = angle C'
M/2+m evaluate if m 14
To add fractions find the LCD and then combine
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This answer is found by diving exponents. You may be thinking its hard, but I promise you it is easier than it looks. First you look at exponent m and subtract 42-21 FIRST. that equates to 21 THEN you divide 21/3 which is 7m^21. There is only one answer with 7m^21
A software designer is mapping the streets for a new racing game. All of the streets are depicted as either perpendicular or parallel lines. The equation of the lane passing through A and B is -7x + 3y = -21.5. What is the equation of the central street PQ?See attachment below for picture/answer choices
we know that
If two lines are perpendicular
the product of their slopes is equal to minus one
In this problem line AB and line PQ are perpendicular
Find the slope of the line AB
The equation of the line AB is
isolate the variable y
The slope of the line AB is equal to
Find the slope of the line PQ
----> slope line AB
substitute and solve for m2
Find the equation of the line PQ
The equation of the line into point-slope form is equal to