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Given the rectangle below, which statement is not correct? SegmentAB is perpendicular to segment AD SegmentAB is congruent to segment AD SegmentAC bisects segment BD Segment ABis parallel to segment DC

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Do you know what perpendicular, congruent, bisects, and parallel mean?

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Will you help me remember?
Which one don't you remember?
All of them lol
You don't know what parallel means?
The word parallel means that one set (or more) of lines will never touch, even if the line goes on forever.
That's true for lines. Line segments don't go on forever. Can line segments be parallel? Are any of the lines in the picture parallel?
Two lines are perpendicular if they form a right angle where they meet (or where they would meet).
Oh okay so now what?
i was tagged?
Can you help
the second one? I'm 13 by the way.
its the second one?
Do you remember what congruent means?

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