# QUICK will give brainlist What is the shape of each half of the pentagon?

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trapezoid

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Trapezoids and diamonds but you really have to look closely

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A. It is biased because it contains the author’s opinions.

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6523Explanation:

Focus on point C of the hexagon. This point is the furthest to the right. We can rotate the hexagon 60 degrees clockwise so that point C moves to point D's original location. Then another 60 degrees clockwise has C move to point E's original location.

Note how each time we do a rotation like this, the hexagon has not changed if we ignore the point labels (imagine labels got covered up or smudged somehow)

The question is: how many times can we do this rotation before we have point C get back to its original location again? The answer is 6 times. The 6 corresponds exactly to the number of vertices we're working with since this hexagon is a regular hexagon.

Therefore, the order of symmetry for the hexagon is 6.

Similarly, the pentagon has order of symmetry 5

The rectangle has 4 vertices, but we can only do two rotations of 180 degrees each to have it line up with itself. So the order of symmetry here is 2.

The final figure has rotational symmetry of order 3 since we can rotate the figure 3 times to have it line up with itself.

For question 1. One setting is Dorothy's home in Kansas. It is mentioned that Dorothy and Toto are brought in the land of Oz. The second setting is the land of Oz itself. Dorothy wants to go home and is brought in on an adventure to get home, meeting friends along the way.

For question 2. The tinman wants a heart. It is said the wicked witch cursed him to become a tin.The scarecrow wants a brain. He wants a brain because he believes he is mindless. Dorothy wants to get back home. So she follows the yellow brick road and makes friends on the way to the wizard.

For question 3 a life lesson the characters learn is to face his fears. The cowardly lion learns that the whole time he thought he was a little coward h actually wasn't. Although he wanted courage he learned in the end he wasn't so cowardly at all.

Hope this helps :)

For question 1. One setting is Dorothy's home in Kansas. It is mentioned that Dorothy and Toto are brought in the land of Oz. The second setting is the land of Oz itself. Dorothy wants to go home and is brought in on an adventure to get home, meeting friends along the way.

For question 2. The tinman wants a heart. It is said the wicked witch cursed him to become a tin.The scarecrow wants a brain. He wants a brain because he believes he is mindless. Dorothy wants to get back home. So she follows the yellow brick road and makes friends on the way to the wizard.

For question 3 a life lesson the characters learn is to face his fears. The cowardly lion learns that the whole time he thought he was a little coward h actually wasn't. Although he wanted courage he learned in the end he wasn't so cowardly at all.

Hi There!!

I think your best answer choice is:

D. It is unbiased because the author provides details that can be proven.

Because, I felt like he was on the island so I don't think he was trying to be biased... I think he was trying to express his feelings about the island...

Hope This Helps!!

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Is there any article to go along with this?

Explanation:

It influenced the value and beliefs of the Spanish religions like Christianity and Islam becomes a a part of that society culture

The force that gravity exerts on an object is called weight.

The shape of a planet’s orbit is elliptical.

The second law of planetary motion states that each planet revolves so that an imaginary line connecting it to the sun sweeps over equal areas in equal time intervals.

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