1. ## Halp - Geometry

I dun get how to do this. If you need anything cleared I can tell you what it is if my paint writing is that bad. The numbers are angle measures.

3. Because Math is a bitch?

Btw wrong section if this is homework..

4. Originally Posted by Vertice

5. Originally Posted by DenialS.
Because Math is a bitch?

Btw wrong section if this is homework..
That place is dead and this is due tomorrow.

6. They are both the smallest sides in the triangles because the angle opposite to them is the smallest in the triangle.
@Bernard.

7. Originally Posted by Bernard.

That place is dead and this is due tomorrow.
True that sir...

8. Originally Posted by Martin Johnson
They are both the smallest sides in the triangles because the angle opposite to them is the smallest in the triangle.
@Bernard.
I got that part, but how about between the two sides themselves?

9. Originally Posted by Bernard.

I got that part, but how about between the two sides themselves?
That is the relationship between them -_-

10. They both angles, that's the answer.

11. Originally Posted by Martin Johnson

That is the relationship between them -_-
I thought the question meant like whether one is greater than the other or if they're both equal.

Originally Posted by Misery
They both angles, that's the answer.
They're segments though.

12. Well you gave us the angles so do the work for me and figure out the length then you'll have your answer.

13. Originally Posted by Bernard.

I thought the question meant like whether one is greater than the other or if they're both equal.

They're segments though.
Yeah, it's because the opposite angle to the sides are each 22, therefore they're the smallest angle in the triangle that they're a part of.

14. Originally Posted by BigScotiaBhoy
Well you gave us the angles so do the work for me and figure out the length then you'll have your answer.
How do you find the lengths?

15. Originally Posted by Bernard.

I thought the question meant like whether one is greater than the other or if they're both equal.

They're segments though.
You can't tell if they're equal just by having angle measurements.

You can tell though, like i said, that they are both the smallest sides in the triangles nigga.

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