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1. ### Parallelogram ACFD is split in two parts so that ABED and FEBC are congruent isosceles trapezoids.?

Angle C = 46 degrees Angle F = 134 degrees (Hint: Angle A is congruent to Angle F) Angle <CBE = 134 degrees Angle <FEB...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/08/2010

2. ### geometry please need help asap?

1) C=46 F=134 CBE=46 FEB=134 2) 20 3) x=2.5 and x=-.5 4) 34+16(2)^.5

4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 10/04/2010

3. ### Parallelogram ACFD is split in two parts so that ABED and FEBC are congruent isosceles trapezoids.?

I assume you have a picture of this. If not, please draw one. Then you would see that angle DEB = angle D = 46 because ABED is an isosceles trapezoid angle FEB = (180 - angleDEB) = 134 because these are supplementary angles angle...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/03/2010

4. ### I dont know how to do this!! Grade 10 - geometry.?

... should see that the triangle DEF, trapezoid ABED, and trapezoid ACFD all combine to form the huge trapezoid BCFE. Area (DEF) = ...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/03/2010

1. Because they are congruent, angle D=C. Angle C=46 Angle F= 134. all the angles add up to 180. 46*2+F*2 (f and a are the same angle measures)=360 Angle CBE=46. all angles on a line add up to 180...

3 Answers · Education & Reference · 21/02/2010

6. ### how difficult is the ACFD EXAM?

Now it is div in two options. EE or practical exam. Your choice. Anyways if you come from a Jewish state like Isriel then you stand a better chance getting into one of the qualifying programs. If you...

1 Answers · Education & Reference · 31/01/2010

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/08/2009

8. ### Wat do i need to know bout the qualifying program for foreign dentists in Canada? fr. Phils. & wana work there?

1 Answers · Education & Reference · 11/07/2009

9. ### NEED HELP ON MATH??? 10 points maxxx?

Hi, 1) Parallelogram ACFD Angle C = 46° (opposite angle of a parallelogram are congruent...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/04/2009

10. ### Where to find A Credo For Support (Non-Spoken Version)?

This has the version (the first/original version) on it. I too like it best, but it is not accessible to nonreaders. Oops the link seem to have disappeared: http://www.disabilitytraining.com/acfd.html

1 Answers · Society & Culture · 29/03/2009