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n ∆ABC shown below, is congruent to .
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Prove: The base angles of an isosceles triangle are congruent.
The two-column proof with missing statement proves the base angles of an isosceles triangle are congruent.
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Which statement can be used to fill in the numbered blank space?
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BD ≅ AC
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BD ≅BD
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AC ≅AC
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AD ≅DC
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Please help!
Nali
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@DarlingDare where is angle D ?
sauravshakya
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|dw:1344138863584:dw| let us suppose ABC is an isosceles triangle
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ok
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@Nali There is no angle D as far as I can see.... it confuses me a lot because of that.
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its eaither ac or bd cuz thts what reflexive prop isn
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Ok... Thanks for the help!!!!