# Two angles are supplementary; one is two times the measure of the other. what are the measures of the two angles?

Answer: One is 60, the other is 120. Imagine 3x equals 180. 60 is x, and 2x, or the bigger angle is 120.

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True or False? Shapes that have no right angles also have no perpendicular segments.

Yes, Shapes that have no right angles also have no perpendicular segments.

What is Line segment?

A line segment is a part of line having two endpoints and it is bounded by two distinct end points and contain every point on the line that is between its endpoint.

Given that;

The statement is,

Shapes that have no right angles also have no perpendicular segments.

Now,

We know that;

The right angle is made by perpendicular segments.

Thus, If the shape has no right angle than it cannot have perpendicular segments.

Therefore, Shapes that have no right angles also have no perpendicular segments.

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I think this is True. Because Perpendiculer Lines Rely On Right Angles. :)

To bake muffins,. Matt needs x eggs for every 200 grams of flour. If he used 900 grams of flour, how many eggs did he use

I Can't Figure That Out, Because X Is Unknown. So I Still Don't Know If He Used 900 Grams Of Flower, How Many Eggs He Used. The Answer Is X, Since We Don't Know How Much X Is.

a fire department spent \$900 to purchase a new helmet and gloves. the amount included the 6% sales tax. what is the pride of the equipment, to the nearest dollar, befor tax?

900 dollars = A fire department spent to purchase a new helmet and gloves.
6% = the sales tax that is included in the amount.
Let us Find the original price of the equipment, to the nearest dollar, before tax.
Let’s convert the sales tax to decimals:
=> 6% = 6% / 100%
=> 6% = 0.06
now, let’s multiply this to the amount to get the 6% value
=> 900 * .06 = 54 dollars
Subtract this to the amount to get the original price of the equipment
=> 900 – 54 = 846 dollars is the original price.

For every 5 seats, there are 4 fans what is the ratio