Sorry its not 10

36sqrt3 was right! Thanks you guys!

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OH! Thanks so much! I can use this actually for another problem that stumped me!

Huh I guess this was a harder problem than I thought! Sorry for the impatience, it was just due yesterday so I got really antsy. Thanks for the help everyone!

Not really. I only have the information in the problem so if I could find them I'm sure the smarter people on this site could too.

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I got it it is 15 :D

I actually managed to figure this one out! Thanks so much though!

Thank you so much! I actually found the transcript of my class from a friend so I'm covered on that front (phew) All your answers were so helpful!

Thank you so much! I think I'm getting the hang of this now... Probably won't need help for a while!

Thank you so much! I tried to post this yesterday but it didn't go through for some reason. This was super helpful along with your other response. :)

A quadrilateral is called a "parallelogram" if both pairs of opposite sides are parallel. Show that if WXYZ is a parallelogram, then < W = < Y and < X = < Z.

(< = angle)

I put the link in the problem title.

Thank you so much! It looked so complicated haha