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Question number: 802

» Mathematics » Geometry

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Study the figure given.

Angle αAngle α: Angle between E, A, CAngle αAngle α: Angle between E, A, CAngle βAngle β: Angle between F, A, DAngle βAngle β: Angle between F, A, DAngle γAngle γ: Angle between B, A, FAngle γAngle γ: Angle between B, A, FVector uVector u: Vector [A, B] Vector uVector u: Vector [A, B] Vector vVector v: Vector [A, C] Vector vVector v: Vector [A, C] Vector wVector w: Vector [A, D] Vector wVector w: Vector [A, D] Vector aVector a: Vector [A, E] Vector aVector a: Vector [A, E] Vector bVector b: Vector [A, F] Vector bVector b: Vector [A, F] Mtext1 = “M”Ntext1_1 = “N”Otext1_2 = “O”Ptext1_3 = “P”rtext1_4 = “r”162°text1_5 = “162°”

Image Shows the Measure of Angle R is 162 Degree

Find the measure of angle ‘r’.

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Question number: 803

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Which of these is true?

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A square has only one pair of parallel line segments.

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A simple closed figure bounded by three line segments is called a triangle.

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A simple closed figure bounded by five line segments is called a square.

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An angle is formed by three rays with a common end point.

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