Euclidean

The term Euclidean refers to everything that can historically or logically be referred to Euclid's monumental treatise The Thirteen Books of the Elements, written around the year 300 B.C.

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Which of the following statements is true?
A.
Vertical angles are always complementary.
B.
Vertical angles are always supplementary.
C.
Vertical angles are always equal in measure.
D.
Vertical angles sometimes have different measures
**Weegy:** The TRUE statement is: B. Vertical angles are always supplementary. (More)

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An acute angle is an angle whose measure is _____.
A.
less than 90°
B.
more than 90°
C.
equal to 90°
D.
equal to 180°

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Updated 6/11/2013 9:17:00 AM

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An acute angle is an angle whose measure is less than 90°.

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What is the slope of the line that contains the points (3, 4) and (1, 2)?

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The slope of the line that contains the points (3, 4) and (1, 2) is 1

m = y2 - y1/x2 - x1;

m = (2 - 4)/(1 - 3);

m = (-2)/(-2);

m = 1

m = y2 - y1/x2 - x1;

m = (2 - 4)/(1 - 3);

m = (-2)/(-2);

m = 1

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