What is straight edge in math terms?
A straight edge is basically another name for a ruler, or it could be anything that makes straight lines.
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An edge is a straight line as part of a polygon. It can also be the straight line joining two faces of a solid which has polygonal faces.
Edges are like the skeleton of the shape. For example: The cube has 12 edges.. It's like the lines.
Generally a ruler is a straight edge, but it can be anything... I generally just use a spare pencil.
A ruler has markings, a straight edge does not. In "straight edge and compass" constructions, you are not allowed to mark the straight edge. Things that are impossible using o…nly a straight edge and compass are possible if markings are allowed (for example, it's possible to trisect an angle using a marked straight edge).
DODECAHEDRON The correct answer is dodecagon. A dodecahedron is a 3-d shape with 12 faces.
Yes, I am living proof, I'm Straightedge, but I don't mind if others aren't. In fact, the "militant" Straightedge nearly died out after the 90's.
Yes, some people in the straight edge scene call vitamin water "straight edge water"
"Straight edge" is a sub-group of the hardcore scene (hardcore is what punk rock evolved into in the 1980s), who, unlike most other punk/hardcore rockers, abstain from drugs a…nd alcohol. Most do not even smoke cigarettes, I think. The name "straight edge" came from the lyrics of a Minor Threat song: "I'm a person just like you/But I've got better things to do/Than sit around and **** my head/Hang out with the living dead/Snort white **** up my nose/Pass out at the shows/I don't even think about speed/That's something I just don't need/I've got the straight edge..." Straight edge was a reaction to the rampant drug use that has always been a part of rock 'n roll, but especially punk rock. Punk rockers tended to eschew the gentler hippie drugs -- hallucinogens like marijuana, LSD, magic mushrooms -- and instead were fond of the most dangerous drugs: speed, cocaine, and heroin. These are highly, highly addictive drugs. Using them almost always leads to misery, and often death too. Founders of the straight edge movement saw all these people killing themselves with drugs, and, like all punk/hardcore people are prone to do, took things to the opposite extreme. Instead of just, "Hey, maybe we should lay off the hard drugs and stick to beer or pot," it was, "No one should ever do any kind of drug for any reason, ever again." This sentiment resonated with a lot of people, and straight edge was born. Many of them also believe that it's wrong for people to take prescription drugs. There are even certain extremists who believe that prescription medication shouldn't be taken by people with serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Which term applies to this situation You ask a straight A math student rather than a D math student for help with your homework?
Law of Comparative Advantage Law of Comparative advantage
An edge is an area of a 3D figure where two faces meet to form a line segment.
Actually it really is called an edge!
Any shape with straight edges can have perpendicular edges.
An angle whose measure is exactly 180Â° - a straight line
Edges are one dimensional objects where two planes meet.
A cube for example has 12 edges, 6 faces and 8 vertices which is the plural of vertex