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  • Mrs. Rivas Mid-Chapter Check Point Pg. 685-686 # 1-32 All
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 16, solve each triangle. Round lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree. If no triangle exists, state no triangle. If two triangles exist, solve each triangle.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 16, solve each triangle. Round lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree. If no triangle exists, state no triangle. If two triangles exist, solve each triangle.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 16, solve each triangle. Round lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree. If no triangle exists, state no triangle. If two triangles exist, solve each triangle.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 16, solve each triangle. Round lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree. If no triangle exists, state no triangle. If two triangles exist, solve each triangle.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 16, solve each triangle. Round lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree. If no triangle exists, state no triangle. If two triangles exist, solve each triangle.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 16, solve each triangle. Round lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree. If no triangle exists, state no triangle. If two triangles exist, solve each triangle.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 78, find the area of the triangle having the given measurements. Round to the nearest square unit.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 78, find the area of the triangle having the given measurements. Round to the nearest square unit.
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  • Mrs. Rivas 9. Two trains leave a station on different tracks that make an angle of 110 with the station as vertex. The first train travels at an average rate of 50 miles per hour and the second train travels at an average rate of 40 miles per hour. How far apart, to the nearest tenth of a mile, are the trains after 2 hours?
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  • Mrs. Rivas 10. Two fire-lookout stations are 16 miles apart, with station B directly east of station A. Both stations spot a fire on a mountain to the south. The bearing from station A to the fire is S56E. The bearing from station B to the fire is S23W. How far, to the nearest tenth of a mile, is the fire from station A?
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  • Mrs. Rivas 11. A tree that is perpendicular to the ground sits on a straight line between two people located 420 feet apart. The angles of elevation from each person to the top of the tree measure 50 and 66, respectively. How tall, to the nearest tenth of a foot, is the tree?
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 1215, convert the given coordinates to the indicated ordered pair.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 1215, convert the given coordinates to the indicated ordered pair.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 1215, convert the given coordinates to the indicated ordered pair.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 1215, convert the given coordinates to the indicated ordered pair.
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  • In Exercises 2125, convert each polar equation to a rectangular equation. Then use your knowledge of the rectangular equation to graph the polar equation in a polar coordinate system.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2125, convert each polar equation to a rectangular equation. Then use your knowledge of the rectangular equation to graph the polar equation in a polar coordinate system.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2125, convert each polar equation to a rectangular equation. Then use your knowledge of the rectangular equation to graph the polar equation in a polar coordinate system.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2125, convert each polar equation to a rectangular equation. Then use your knowledge of the rectangular equation to graph the polar equation in a polar coordinate system.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2125, convert each polar equation to a rectangular equation. Then use your knowledge of the rectangular equation to graph the polar equation in a polar coordinate system.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2627, test for symmetry with respect to
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2627, test for symmetry with respect to
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2832, graph each polar equation. Be sure to test for symmetry.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2832, graph each polar equation. Be sure to test for symmetry.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2832, graph each polar equation. Be sure to test for symmetry.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2832, graph each polar equation. Be sure to test for symmetry.
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  • Mrs. Rivas In Exercises 2832, graph each polar equation. Be sure to test for symmetry.