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Complete the reason for step 4 in the proof below: Given: line segment DE is parallel to line segment FG Prove: triangle DEC is similar to triangle FGC

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Step Statements Reasons 1 line segment DE is parallel to line segment FG Given 2 angle D is congruent to angle F Alternate Interior angles 3 angle E is congruent to angle g Alternate Interior angles 4 triangle DEC is similar to triangle FGC A. Side-Angle-Angle Similarity Postulate B. Side-Side-Side Similarity Postulate C. Angle-Angle-Angle Similarity Postulate D. Angle-Angle Similarity Postulate
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just to clear things up so it didn't confuse anyone .

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so, in step 2 you proved one set of ANGLEs are congruent
and in step3 you proved second set of ANGLEs are congruent
you have TWO sets of ANGLES that are congruent. which similarity theorem you may use for justification ?
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there , this one is clearer to see .
wow good work :)
thanks :) alright now looking at what you said !!
ok. . :)
hm .. i wanna go with option A.
is that incorrect though ?
we have only 2 ANGLES that are congruent, we dont knw about SIDES right ?
true !! so option C or D is what i need to focus on
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yes last one is the correct one, AA similarity. great work :D
thanks !! (:
np :)

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