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What is the special name for the segment that connects the center of a regular polygon to an outer edge to form the height of a triangle

What is considered the most famous impossible problem from Greek antiquity

Constructing a cube with double the volume of another cube using only a straightedge and compass was proven impossible by advanced algebra

Trisecting a line segment by using only a straightedge and compass was proven impossible by advanced algebra

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How many lines of symmetry does a regular pentagon have

What is the special name for the segment that connects the center of a regular polygon to an outer edge to form the height of a triangle

Constructing a cube with double the volume of another cube using only a straightedge and compass was proven impossible by advanced algebra

Given only a compass and straightedge Greek geometers were able to construct any geometric object they wished

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Q: A point of symmetry is a point around which a shape can be reflected without changing any of its characteristics?
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A point of symmetry is a point around which a shape can be rotated without changing any of its characteristics?

If it says rotated it's true If it says reflected it is false


Can a point of symmetry is a point around which a shape can be rotated without changing any of its characteristics?

when every part has a matching part


Characteristic that can be observed without changing the identity of the substance?

Physical characteristics


A characteristics of a substance that can be observed without changing the substance is?

Its state, either it is solid , liquid or gas.


What is the the characteristics of a substance that can be observed or measured without changing the substance?

The answer to this question your thinking of is physical properties.


Are propites that can be observed or measured without changing a substance into a new substance?

characteristics of a substance, or object that can be observed or measured without being changed are called what?


Does changing the amplitude change the frequency?

Generally, amplitude and frequency are separate characteristics of a wave.There's no connection between the amplitude and the frequency.You can independently specify either one without changing the other.Caveat: There are some characteristics of nonlinear waves for which there is a connection, but that is outside of the basic question here.


Can you alter the number of protons an element has without changing the element itself?

No. The number of protons is part of the fundamental characteristics of an element.


Does a rectangle have line symmetry without rotational symmetry?

No A rectangle has rotational symmetry as well


Does a flower have a rotational symmetry?

Yes it does. As long as it has a symmetry without rotation. If you do the rotation either way it does have symmetry. :)


Does an isosceles triangle have line symmetry without rotational symmetry?

Yes it does


How can you connect the audio and video output from a USB port to RCA plugs?

you can not do it without an additional set of chips for changing the characteristics of the signal


What is something without any definite symmetry?

Slime molds have no definite symmetry.


Is there an animal without symmetry?

no


What can you infer about an animal based on its symmetry?

Animals without symmetry tend to have simple body plans. In contrast, the bodies of animals with bilateral symmetry or radial symmetry are complex


Compare and contrast physical properties and chemical properties?

Physical properties are characteristics of a pure substance that can be observed without changing it into another substance. Chemical properties are characteristics of a pure substance that describes its ability to change into different substance.


Characteristics of a substance that can be measured without changing the composition of the substance are?

Physical property is any characteristic of a material that can be observed or measured without changing the composition of the substances in the material. Some examples of physical properties are viscosity, conductivity, malleability, hardness, melting point, boiling point, and density.


Describe three uses of physical properties?

Physical properties are properties, or characteristics, such as color, texture, and shape, that can be observed without changing.


Can a square be drawn with no lines of symmetry?

A square by definition has lines of symmetry. Therefore a square cannot be drawn without any lines of symmetry.


What is the control group and what is it used for?

The control is the part of the experiment where it remains constant, and never changes. The control is used so the changing variable in the experiment can be reflected off of the control, so thereby comparing the changing variable with the control (the variable that does not change) in the experiment. Without the control, the experiment is a waste.


Can a smiley face without a nose have rotational symmetry?

yes it could still be rotatonal symmetry


What do you call something without symmetry?

Asymmetrical.


What is something without symmetry called?

Asymmetrical


Does add color to water tell about changing matter without changing its shape?

does add color to water tell about changing matter without changing its shape


Why is HIV such a big killer?

BeCouse it keeps changing in terms of characteristics, They can cure it if stays still without changing. Also because it stays hidden for long period of time, it first takes over the victims body then appears, but that's too late :(

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