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anonymous
 4 years ago
Line L with points P, J, and Q. A transversal passes through point J. Point R and T are marked on TJ. An arc that cuts TJ and PJ is drawn. Another arc cuts TJ on point T. An arc intersects the arc from T. The intersection of the arcs is point S. Line M passes through points R and S. The distance from point J to the bottom arc on TJ is equal to the distance from point R to the top arc on TJ
Part A: Write a statement describing the relationship between segment TJ and lines L and M.
Part B: Using complete sentences, justify your answer for Part A.
anonymous
 4 years ago
Line L with points P, J, and Q. A transversal passes through point J. Point R and T are marked on TJ. An arc that cuts TJ and PJ is drawn. Another arc cuts TJ on point T. An arc intersects the arc from T. The intersection of the arcs is point S. Line M passes through points R and S. The distance from point J to the bottom arc on TJ is equal to the distance from point R to the top arc on TJ Part A: Write a statement describing the relationship between segment TJ and lines L and M. Part B: Using complete sentences, justify your answer for Part A.

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