Bar Graphs are made of bars that are from each other, unlike

which touch. The

is typically made of intervals and the

frequencies or proportions.

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which touch. The

is typically made of intervals and the

frequencies or proportions.

10 * 563.67 = 5636.7

answer: (c) m∠qpo + (2x + 16)° = 180°

step-by-step explanation:

the opposite angles of a quadrilateral are supplementary.

so, ∠o + ∠q = 180° and ∠p + ∠r = 180°

since ∠r = 2x + 16°, we can use substitution as follows:

∠p + ∠r = 180°

∠p + (2x + 16)° = 180°

30,40,50 is correct answer

[tex]Which set of side lengths can be used to form a right triangle? [/tex]

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