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A. Presenting the events in order keeps the reader from learning too much at the beginning.
This is most likely why the author decided to present the events in order. In this story, we learn about all the events of the story at the same time as the author learns about them himself. At the beginning, we have no reason to doubt the woman who has passed away. However, towards the end of the story, we learn about her betrayal. This plot twist is only possible because the episodic nature of the narrative keep the reader from learning too much at the beginning.
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The area of a trapezoid is calculated using the formula: 1/2(a + b)h. The diagram shows that base number one (a) is 8.5 dm and base number two (b) is 26.5 dm. The height is 9 dm. Substitute these values into the formula.
1/2(8.5 + 26.5) * 9, add 8.5 and 26.5 inside the parentheses.
1/2(35) * 9, you can now solve from left to right. Multiply 1/2 and 35.
17.5 * 9, multiply to get your final answer. The area of the trapezoid is C. 157.5 dm^2.
This text reflects the passage as a whole when the narrator illustrates anger at the woman by avoiding names. Through the use of parallelism, clear order, and repetition, coherence and unity are both successfully attained in “Was it a Dream?”. The story’s theme shows blind flattery to someone wherein the glorification of their image from ignorance results in the loss of truth.
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number of sides of each polygon = 10
The first thing you need to know while solving these problems are the following formulas:
Sum of interior angles of a polygon, S =
where n = number of sides
and for a regular polygon, each angle =
For example, a triangle has 3 sides and the sum of it's interior angles = and each angle of an equilateral triangle =
Now, for a regular hexagon (first problem), each interior angle =
which is also the larger angle of the rhombus.
Therefore, the smaller angle of the rhombus =
From which we get the value of x =
Congruent polygons have the same number sides and the corresponding sides and interior angles will be equal.
In the figure (second problem), we are given two congruent regular polygons which means that both polygons will have equal interior angles.
Now, we know that the total angle about a point =
Let the interior angles of the polygons be denoted by .
From the first two formulas, we can say that,
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Which is (49x-16)^2
So correct answer is d: (49x-16)^2