Answer:

**Answer:**

Isosceles

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If BD is an altitude, it splits triangle ABC into 2 triangles. It is also a median, so it splits the angle ABC into 2 congruent angles. Angle ABD and CBD are congruent. That means that angles A and C are congruent. This is true because the 2 angles at D are both right angles. Because of this, side AB and side CB are congruent. That means that this is an isosceles triangle.

Which statements are correct about quadrilaterals?Choose all answers that are correct. A. All squares are rhombuses. B. All rectangles are parallelograms. C. All rhombuses are trapezoids. D. All 4-sided shapes have at least one pair of parallel sides.

Which word phrase can you use to represent the algebraic expression 6y

He function f(x) = x2 + 10x – 3 written in vertex form is f(x) = (x + 5)2 – 28. What are the coordinates of the vertex?A.(–5, –28) B.(–5, 28) C.(5, –28) D.(5, 28)

una pieza de tela mide 15 metros de largo por 1.5 metros de ancho ¿cuánto mide la superficie de tela?

Kenya exchanges $150 for British pounds(£). Suppose the conversion rate is £1 = $1.60. How many pounds should she receive?

Which word phrase can you use to represent the algebraic expression 6y

He function f(x) = x2 + 10x – 3 written in vertex form is f(x) = (x + 5)2 – 28. What are the coordinates of the vertex?A.(–5, –28) B.(–5, 28) C.(5, –28) D.(5, 28)

una pieza de tela mide 15 metros de largo por 1.5 metros de ancho ¿cuánto mide la superficie de tela?

Kenya exchanges $150 for British pounds(£). Suppose the conversion rate is £1 = $1.60. How many pounds should she receive?

I'm assuming which expression gives the same result as ∑^4

The choices are:

i=0^(5)

(1/3)^i

The second option is correct since the first option is erroneous or makes little sense. The second option and the ∑^4 are geometric progressions which will account for each other when substituted together or one into another.

The choices are:

i=0^(5)

(1/3)^i

The second option is correct since the first option is erroneous or makes little sense. The second option and the ∑^4 are geometric progressions which will account for each other when substituted together or one into another.

**Answer: The ****real**** answer**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A. (1, 0)

B. (3, 3)

C. (-3, 3)

D. (2, 1.5)

**Answer:**

B. (3,3)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

In order to find the **coordinates of point E** that partitions the line segment CD into a ratio of 2:1, we can use the **following formula** for finding the coordinates of a point that divides a **line segment** in a given ratio:

For a line segment with endpoints A(x1, y1) and B(x2, y2), and a division ratio of m:n, the coordinates of the point E(x, y) that divides the line segment in this ratio are given by:

**In this case**, we want to divide the line segment CD into a ratio of 2:1, so m = 2 and n = 1.

Wehave the coordinates of C(-1, -3) and D(5, 6).

Using the **formula**:

and

So, the coordinates of point E that partitions the line segment CD into a *ratio of* 2:1 are E(3, 3).

So, the answer is **B. (3,3)**

**Answer:**

b

**Step-by-step explanation:**

bc yes

6 ≤ 4 + (-2x)

6 (-4) ≤ 4 - 2x - 4

4 and 4 cancels out

2 ≤ -2x

-1≥x

When you divide by a negative number, the inequality sign turns to the other side.

6 (-4) ≤ 4 - 2x - 4

4 and 4 cancels out

2 ≤ -2x

-1≥x

When you divide by a negative number, the inequality sign turns to the other side.

The answer for this is 3

200; $1e\pp

they should sell 20 prizes

20x10=200

they should sell 20 prizes

20x10=200

200 tickets at $1.00 each =$200 so 200 Divided by $10 is 20... The answer is 20 prizes forc$10

You'll see how to set up a table, choose appropriate x-values, plug those values into the equation.