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Match: 1. Segment TQ bisects ∠RTS; ∠R = ∠S 2. ∠1 = ∠2 3. TQ = TQ 4. Triangle RTQ congruent to Triangle STQ 5. ∠3 = ∠4 6. Segment TQ ⊥ Segment RS a. AAS B. Reflexive C. Definition of perpendicular. D. Given E. Definition of angle bisector F. CPCTE

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  1. ][Scene_Queen][
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    Help me please

  2. aroub
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    do you have the triangles or we have to draw them?

  3. ][Scene_Queen][
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    https://media.glynlyon.com/o_geo_2011/4/page28a.gif

  4. aroub
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    oh much better..thank you! :D

  5. ][Scene_Queen][
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    your welcome

  6. aroub
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    1.E

  7. ][Scene_Queen][
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    would 3 be B?

  8. aroub
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    ok, lets do it in another way.. do you have any answers? okay yes for 3 its b! :)

  9. ][Scene_Queen][
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    i'm completely clueless at this

  10. ][Scene_Queen][
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    |dw:1316541042643:dw| bisects <RTS <R=<S Prove: |dw:1316541148988:dw| This is all it says

  11. aroub
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    yes i know it's hard a bit! :( and CCCOONNFFFUUSSIIINNGGGG!!!!! (lol sorry for saying that i know im suppose to say the opposite..) yes well they actually gave you the steps all you have to do is match right? so for 1. Segment TQ bisects ∠RTS; ∠R = ∠S we got E.why? because, (you know that the angle bisector is a ray that separates an angle into to equal adjacent angle) so here is what segment TQ is doing its bisects <RTS which makes <R=<S so the reason is" definition of angle bisector " do you get it? :)

  12. ][Scene_Queen][
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    no

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