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|dw:1332400965761:dw| If Dogs is a rectangle then DG and OS would be _______? Help, please.
equal in length, DG = OS
Two very different answers....
they both represent the hypotenuse of 2 congruent right triangles
Three different answers
both answers are correct, you didn't specify :)
there are a few facts about that question
my answer is giving the reasoning why dpalnc is correct
i would go with dpalnc answer
hence the ambiguity of a fill in the blank question without specifying answer choices :)
Also, they would both be line segments. Because they are.
Oh, another question.
Bagels, what you are looking for is my first answer.
If SG=15t-2, GO=10+2, DO=9t+21 find t. Would I just set 'em all equal and figure it out?
So that's a "yes" inkyvoud?
Sg is congruent to DO
Because the figure is a rectangle. GO is not congruent to either of the two.
Thus you only set two of them equal. GO is just to throw you off.
I feel like you're trolling me.
Wouldn't you do GO instead of SG?
If they're both congruent you just need to do one, right?
If Dogs is a rectangle then DG and OS would be __Congruent_____ because of the theorem that diagonals of a rectangle are congruent.
Also, the four segments created when the diagonals of a rectangle intersect are all congruent. This is because the diagonals of a parallelogram (a rectangle is a parallelogram) bisect each other and the diagonals of a rectangle are congruent.
Also, the diagonals of a rectangle form two pairs of congruent triangles.
GO is the length of the rectangle. SG and DO are the widths. Length =/= width. Thus only the widths are congruent.