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Suppose you construct lines a, b, c, and d so that a is perpendicular to both b and c and d is parallel to c. Which of the following is true? A. d is perpendicular to b. B. b is parallel to c. C. c is perpendicular to b. D. None of the above.

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Try drawing them
Always a good tip to draw the situation when you work with geometrical objects. Often you can see things clearly right away.
What I came up with is that line a is perpendicular to the rest of the line b, c and d. so it would be D, I assume.

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Sounds good :)

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