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julie001 Group Title

has anbody taken flvs geometry in here???

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  1. lgbasallote Group Title
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    i have taken geometry does that count?

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  2. cwrw238 Group Title
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    flvs geometry?

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  3. julie001 Group Title
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    yes i need help with a problem but no one seems to know how to do it

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  4. lgbasallote Group Title
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    why does it have to be specifically someone who has taken flvs geometry? after all according to the law of multiple proportions, flvs geometry is just the same as my and other people's geometry..

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  5. julie001 Group Title
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    oh okay do u think u can help?

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  6. lgbasallote Group Title
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    hmm show me

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  7. julie001 Group Title
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    ok

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    there two separate questions

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  10. cwrw238 Group Title
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    i can't read your doc

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  11. julie001 Group Title
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    k hold on ill post it up

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  12. lgbasallote Group Title
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    soooo who's taking flvs geometry again? lol jk

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  13. cwrw238 Group Title
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    i wonder what flvs stand for?

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  14. m_charron2 Group Title
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    Since you're looking to prove using side-side-side, your best bet is to pick the option where you have sides in the answer (that's for question 1)

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    yeah this can definitely be solved by anyone who has studied geometry..not just flvs geometry...however most of us tend to forget proving after we're through with it heh

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    flvs is some sort of online school i believe

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  17. cwrw238 Group Title
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    oh ok

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  18. julie001 Group Title
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    Which fact could you use to help prove that ΔABDΔACB using Side-Side-Side? ∠ACB ≅ ∠DBA ∠BAC + ∠BCA = 90˚ DB over AD = BC over AB AD congruent to CB

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    im lost wat would the answer be???

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  20. m_charron2 Group Title
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    For question 1, the second answer tells you that at least 2 sides are proportionnal, which is a very good start in the direction of S-S-S. I mean, you'd still need to prove that the 3rd side is proportionnal for a full proof, but that one is one of the steps (which is what they seem to want.

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  21. m_charron2 Group Title
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    For question 2, it looks a lot harder than it actually is. You don't need to go any further than the first 3 lines. If in the figure you're looking at all 3 statements are true, then you're all set! For example, we know it won't be figure 1 because AB and AC are not perpendicular.

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  22. julie001 Group Title
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    so the answer would be the first one?

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  23. m_charron2 Group Title
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    No, since the first given statement is not true in that figure (AB is not perpendicular to AC)

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