, 11.06.2021 01:20 jakedoc31

# Question 13(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) (02.04 MC) Below is a two-column proof incorrectly proving that the three angles of APQR add up to 180°: Statements Reasons QRY = PQR Alternate Interior Angles Theorem Draw line ZY parallel to PQ Construction mZZRP + m_PRQ + m2QRY = m_ZRY Angle Addition Postulate ZRP = RPQ Alternate Interior Angles Theorem mZRPQ + m_PRQ + m_PQR = m_ZRY Substitution mZRY = 180° Definition of a Straight Angle m RPQ+m_PRQ + m_PQR = 180° Substitution Which statement will accurately correct the two-column proof? The measure of angle ZRY equals 180° by definition of supplementary angles. Angles QRY and PQR should be proven congruent after the construction of line ZY. The three angles of APQR equal 180according to the Transitive Property of Equality. Line ZY should be drawn parallel to segment QR.​

### Another question on Mathematics

Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:00
The data below gives the ages of students and the amount of time each student spends on homework at night. make a scatterplot and find the lsrl using time as the response variable. choose the statement that best interprets the intercept of the lsrl. (a) at 0 years of age, you should spend -7.36 minutes on your homework each night. (b) at -7.36 years of age, you should spend 0 minutes on your homework each night. (c) at 0 years of age, you should spend 5.13 minutes on your homework each night. (d) at 5.13 years of age, you should spend 0 minutes on your homework each night.
Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:00
Leo has b boxes of pencils. each box contains 6 pencils. he has a total of 42 pencils. the equation that represents this situation the value of b that makes the equation true the first one is b+6=42,6b=42,b=42+6,or 42b=6 the second one are 7,836 48