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Locate the complete verbal phrase and identify its use.
A boy named Robert won the high jump contest.
Verbal Phrase: named Robertwon the high jump contestthe high jump contestA boy named Robert
Type: infinitiveparticiplegerund

A boy named Robert won the high jump contest. Verbal phrase: named Robert. Type: Participle.

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A boy named Robert won the high jump contest. Verbal phrase: named Robert. Type: Participle.

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Verbals ending in -ing and used only as nouns are _____.
participles
infinitives
gerunds
inflections **Weegy:** Verbals ending in -ing and used only as nouns are gerunds. (More)

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A scalene triangle is a regular polygon, always, sometimes or never?
**Weegy:** A scalene triangle is a regular polygon. sometimes **User:** A quadrilateral is a polygon, aways,sometimes or never? **Weegy:** always **User:** The measure of an exterior angle at the vertex of a polygon equals the measure of the adjacent interior angle, always sometimes or always? **Weegy:** never true. **User:** The measure of an exterior angle at the vertex of a polygon equals the measure of the adjacent interior angle, always sometimes or never?
**Weegy:** never true. **User:** An exterior angle of a triangle is 180 degrees, always, sometimes or never?
**User:** There are 250 degrees in the sum of the interior angles of a polygon, always, sometimes or never? **Weegy:** Never, This is basically not possible. **User:** Each of the interior angles in a polygon are equal in measure, always, sometimes or never? **Weegy:** Then this shape is called a REGULAR POLYGON. It's exact name will depend on the number of sides it has- if three, then it'll be an EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE, if four a SQUARE, if five a PENTAGON, if six a HEXAGON, and so on. [ But if all sides & angles are equal, then it's a REGULAR (whatever).
Read more: ] **User:** Each of the interior angles in a polygon are equal in measure, always, sometimes or never? **Weegy:** Then this shape is called a REGULAR POLYGON. It's exact name will depend on the number of sides it has- if three, then it'll be an EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE, if four a SQUARE, if five a PENTAGON, if six a HEXAGON, and so on. [ But if all sides & angles are equal, then it's a REGULAR (whatever).
Read more: ] **User:** In a right triangle, the acute angles measure x + 15 and 2x degrees. What is the measure of the smallest angle of the triangle?
**Weegy:** 180 - 90 = 90 x+15+2x = 90 (3x+15)=90 3x=75 (X= 25) (25)+15 =40 **User:** Approximately how many degrees are in the measure of an interior angle of a regular seven sided polygon?
**Weegy:** 6 sides. [ The complete perimeter comprises 360 degrees, therefore if exterior angle = 1?, number of sides = 360
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Updated 1/12/2015 7:53:34 AM

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A three sided regular polygon is called equilateral. TRUE.

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An exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the adjacent interior angle. FALSE.

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Approximately 128.6 degrees are in the measure of an interior angle of a regular seven sided polygon.

[(7 - 2)*180]/7 = (5*180)/7 = 900/7 = 128.57

[(7 - 2)*180]/7 = (5*180)/7 = 900/7 = 128.57

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Each of the interior angles in a polygon are SOMETIMES equal in measure.

It is equal when it is a regular polygon.

It is equal when it is a regular polygon.

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Confirmed by jeifunk [1/12/2015 8:10:03 AM]

A sentence that contains one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses is a _____.
simple sentence
complex sentence
compound sentence
fragment **Weegy:** A sentence that contains one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses is a complex sentence. (More)

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Updated 8/14/2014 6:35:05 PM

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Locate the gerund (not the gerund phrase) and identify its noun use.
I always enjoy eating a midnight snack.
Gerund: eatingmidnightalwayssnackIenjoy
Noun Use: direct objectobject of the prepositionpredicate nominativesubject

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Updated 1/18/2016 2:59:23 AM

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I always enjoy eating a midnight snack.

Gerund: eating

Noun Use: Direct object

Gerund: eating

Noun Use: Direct object

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Locate the infinitive and identify its use.
Check the turkey to see if it is done.
noun
adjective
adverb **Weegy:** The infinitive is the "to see" and its use is an adverb. (More)

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Updated 8/15/2014 8:09:57 AM

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