Qwerty90
Which statement can be used to fill in the blank space? (basically which one of these is true)
be= ae
bc=ad
ab=cd
be=ce
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Im stuck between the first and last one
UnkleRhaukus
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they are all true
Qwerty90
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Well which one of these proves that the diagonals of the rectangle bisect each other.
Qwerty90
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now any ideas?
emanumak
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be=ae
UnkleRhaukus
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either the first or last, but you knew that already
emanumak
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because if you drop a perpendicular to touch the base it forms a rght angled triangle with the same distance...half distance really of the width of the formed rectangle.
emanumak
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sorry triangle
UnkleRhaukus
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i can not see any difference between the first and last
Qwerty90
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me either?
UnkleRhaukus
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can you draw the perpendicular @emanumak|dw:1335874943323:dw|
emanumak
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|dw:1335875093040:dw|
UnkleRhaukus
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|dw:1335875177013:dw|
UnkleRhaukus
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the same
emanumak
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i agree
Qwerty90
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so what is your finl verdict
FoolForMath
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For proving that the diagonals of a rectangle bisects each other we have to prove that BE=ED and AE=EC.
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FoolForMath
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From your figure, BE=AE=EC=ED is for a square.
UnkleRhaukus
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so you have to write Both be= ae & be=ce in the blank?
Qwerty90
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No it can only be one
UnkleRhaukus
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perhaps the context is important here,
can you provide the closed passage
FoolForMath
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Discerning from this, it seems to me that there is something wrong or incomplete with this question.
Qwerty90
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There is actually a proof but I couldn't load it up but here is the sentence aboce the proof
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The two-column proof with missing statement proves that the diagonals of the rectangle bisect each other
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so is it the first or last?
UnkleRhaukus
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it depends on the sentence before the blank
Qwerty90
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Definition of a Parallelogram
thats what it says
Qwerty90
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Im thinking its be=ae?
UnkleRhaukus
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ok can you write the sentence that includes the blank as well
wumbo
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be= ae