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Scott A WilsonU.S.
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I can answer whatever questions you ask except how to trisect an angle. The ones I can answer include constructing parallel lines, dividing a line into n sections, bisecting an angle, splitting an angle in half, and almost anything else that is done in geometry.  
Azeem HussainCanada
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I welcome your questions on algebra, 2D and 3D geometry, parabolic functions and conic sections, and any other mathematical queries you may have. 
Hi Aishwarya, Do not get discouraged! These questions can be tough. And don't let the word "prove" scare you. One way to go about solving it is to try to get as much information as you can, figuring
Hi Aishwarya, The sum of the angles in a triangle equals 180 degrees. You can subtract the angles at X and Y from 180 to find the angle at Z. Angle bisectors divide the angles into two equal parts
The ratio of the two angles is 5/7. Therefore no matter what their values are, when we divide them it must give 5/7. 5x and 7x are angle measures that fit that exactly. If you agree with this <i>Given
Hi Aishwarya, All angles are formed at point O. The initial side of one angle is the terminal angle of the another, and so on for all four angles. This takes us around to a full circle, which by definition
Hi Aishwarya, To be clear, expect the answer to this question will be algebraic, in terms of x. It will not be a constant number unless all the x's conveniently cancel each other out. Given that