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Sdrame56677

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First question : in rectangle ABCD triangle ABE is equilateral triangle CDE is isosceles , with CE=DE D=65degrees
Second question : xsquared=196
3rd question: T=nsquared-12/n work out n when n=5
3(b): why is T is always positive when n is negative
4th question: A straight line has a gradient 4 and passes through the line point (5,23)
Work out the equation of the line give your answer in the form y= mx+c
 

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First question : in rectangle ABCD triangle ABE is equilateral triangle CDE is isosceles , with CE=DE D=65degrees
Second question : xsquared=196
3rd question: T=nsquared-12/n work out n when n=5
3(b): why is T is always positive when n is negative
4th question: A straight line has a gradient 4 and passes through the line point (5,23)
Work out the equation of the line give your answer in the form y= mx+c
Please follow the rules of posting in this forum, as enunciated at:

READ BEFORE POSTING

Please share your work/thoughts about this assignment

You posted multiple problems without showing a line of work!
 

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Alright sorry I’m new to this.
 

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topsquark

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The problem with the path (PQR) is a problem from another thread.

What is the problem for the OP, with the rectangle ABCD?

-Dan
 

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The problem with the path (PQR) is a problem from another thread.
Not quite - the poster changed the problem in post #5!

The rectangle was not posted fully!
 

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Not quite - the poster changed the problem in post #5!

The rectangle was not posted fully!
Yes, but he already has another post with the path thing. I guessed that he posted the wrong question after he was asked for more information.

-Dan
 
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