Given ef is the midsegment of isosceles trapezoid abcd bc equals 17x ef equals 22.5x plus 9 and ad equals 30x plus 12 find ad?
No; it is false. The sum of all the angles of a quadrilateral always equals 360o.
ba = 32 CD = 9x + 5 The best we can do in this case is write x in relation to it's original equation: x = (CD - 5)/9 because we have no way of relating a, b, c, and d from the given information.
Given a value of x, find the value for -3x + 2
That will depend on the plus or minus value of 12 which has not been given.
We don't know and we can't calculate it, until the value of 'x' is given.
2 (t = -1)
That depends on the value of x in the given expression
The discriminant is 9.
We don't know and can't calculate it, until we're given the value of 'x'.
In the statement given in the question, m is a variable with an unknown value.
No, it equals 360. All interior angles for any quadrilateral are always 360. Usually adjacent angles add up to 180 degrees.
If a, b, c, and d are positive integers that add up to 20 they each must be less than 20. If abcd=81 then a, b, c, and d must be factors of 81. The factors of 81 are 1,3,9 then 27, so there is no solution to this problem.
The y intercept will be the ordinate(y value) in the given co-ordinate.
The answer depends on the value of y.