If the exterior sides of two adjacent angles are opposite rays, then the angles are _____ angles. complementary, supplementary, vertical, right.

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User: If the exterior sides of two adjacent angles are opposite rays, then the angles are _____ angles. complementary, supplementary, vertical, right.

Weegy: If two adjacent angles have their exterior sides in opposite rays, then the two angles are sometimes complementary. sunny4691|Points 983|

User: Determine if the statement is always, sometimes, or never true:
An equilateral triangle is an acute triangle.
always
sometimes
never
Question #24MultipleChoice Score:
Determine if the statement is always, sometimes, or never true:
A scalene triangle is a right triangle.
alwayssometimesnever
Question #25MultipleChoice Score:
The sum of the measure of the interior angles of a polygon is 1080°.
What polygon is it?
hexagontriangledecagonoctagon
Question #26MultipleChoice Score:
A polygon has 11 sides. What is the sum of the measure of the interior angles of the polygon?
1800°1620°1440°1980°
Question #27MultipleChoice Score:
A polygon has 7 sides. What is the sum of the measure of the exterior angles of the polygon?
180°900°360°1260°
Question #28MultipleChoice Score:
What is m?A?
50°35°130°95°
Question #29MultipleChoice Score:
What is the measure of one interior angle in a regular hexagon?
135°120°360°720°
Question #30MultipleSelect Score:
Which of the following is a postulate or theorem used to prove two triangles are congruent?
ASASSSSASAAA
Question #31MultipleChoice Score:
Given the above, which method would you use to prove ABD ? ACD?
AASSSSSASASA
Question #32MultipleChoice Score:
Which method would you use to prove that the two triangles are congruent?
SSSSASASAAAS
Question #33MultipleChoice Score:
Which method would you use to prove that the two triangles are congruent?
SSSASAAASSAS
Question #34MultipleChoice Score:
Which of the following statements about parallelograms is not always true?
Diagonals are congruent.Opposite sides are parallel.Diagonals bisect each other.Opposite angles are congruent.
Question #35MultipleChoice Score:
In a triangle, a segment is drawn joining the midpoint of two sides. What is true about this segment?
It is parallel to the 3rdside.Its length is twice the 3rdside.Its length is equal to the 3rdside.It is ? to the 3rdside.
Question #36MultipleSelect Score:
Which statements about a square are always true?
Opposite sides are parallel.All sides are congruent.Its diagonals bisect each other.Its diagonals are ? to each other.
Question #37MultipleChoice Score:
In the above triangle, which angle has the largest measure?
?A?B?C
Question #38MultipleSelect Score:
ABCD is a rhombus. Given only the choices below, which properties would you use to prove AEB ? DEC by SAS?
The diagonals are ? to each other.The diagonals bisect each other.Opposite sides are | |.All sides are congruent.
Question #39MultipleSelect Score:
ABDC is an isosceles trapezoid. Given only the choices below, which properties would you use to prove ACD ? BDC by SSS?
The legs are congruent.The base angles are congruent.The bases are | |.The diagonals are congruent.
Question #40MultipleChoice Score:
Which of the following ratios is not equivalent to 6:10?
Question #41MultipleChoice Score:
Given that ABC ~ EFG, if FG = 7.6 what is the length of ?
5.65.75.85.5
Question #42MultipleChoice Score:
If AB = 3, AD = 5, and DE = 6, what is the length of ?
3.53.63.44
Question #43MultipleChoice Score:
ABCDE and FGHJE are similar pentagons. If the perimeter of FGHJE is 7.3, what is the perimeter of ABCDE?
1414.61514.5
Question #44TrueFalse Score:
LMN is a right triangle.
TrueFalse
Question #45MultipleChoice Score:
Find x.
26128
Question #46MultipleChoice Score:
Find x.
2488
Question #47MultipleChoice Score:
What is the length of ?
522
Question #48MultipleChoice Score:
Which equation would you use to find how high the bird is flying?
tan45° =cos45° =cos45° =tan45° =
Question #49MultipleChoice Score:
What is the length of ?
88.36.69.7
Question #50MultipleChoice Score:
Which theorem would you use to prove ABE ~ DCE?
ASA SimilaritySSS SimilarityAA SimilaritySAS Similarity

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