# What is the product of this question 0.2•2.5 to come out as a decimal answer

What is the product of this question 0.2•2.5 to come out as a decimal answer

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1. Expert says:

proofs involving isosceles triangles often require special consideration because an isosceles triangle has several distinct properties that do not apply to normal triangles.(more about triangle types) therefore, when you are trying to prove that two triangles are congruent, and one or both triangles, are isosceles you have a few theorems that you can use to make your life easier.

step-by-step explanation:

an isosceles triangle has two congruent sides and two congruent angles. the congruent angles are called the base angles and the other angle is known as the vertex angle. ∠bac and ∠bca are the base angles of the triangle picture on the left. the vertex angle is ∠abc

2. meth77 says:

.5

Step-by-step explanation:

2x.2 =.4 .2x.5=.1 .4+.1=.5

3. Expert says:

b

step-by-step explanation:

a difference is the result of subtraction. while each of these expressions has subtraction in it, a difference will be the result when subtraction is the last operation applied in the order of operations for the expression. this means subtraction must be outside of the parenthesis. only b has this.