# 11-1 Worksheet updated 2014

11-1
Practice
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Triangles
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Skills
Practice
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Skills
Practice
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and
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poster.
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total
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11-1
Practice
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60˚ 45˚
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20.
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point on the grid.
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19.
10 in.
10 in.
10 in.
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45˚
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6.
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or on
the blank
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22 in.
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base ofinches,
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times
its height.
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