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sakigirl

  • 2 years ago

Hunus: In a plane, point F lies between points C and D and <-> EF intersects <-> CD so that <CFE is congruent to <DFE. Decide wheter the given statement is true. explain the answer using definitions and properties.

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  1. sakigirl
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    23a. \[\rightarrow FC and \rightarrow FE are opposite rays\]

  2. sakigirl
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    do you get it? or are you more of an algebra person? :P

  3. Hunus
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    I don't remember all of the 'definitions and properties' :o

  4. sakigirl
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    oh okay, then. It's okay :) I'll just find out eventually lol

  5. Hunus
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    Alright :) sorry I couldn't help ya on that one

  6. sakigirl
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    It's fine! I 'm almost done with this stupid homework anyways haha

  7. Hunus
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    :) Good luck lol

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