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Look at the parallelogram ABCD shown below. The table below shows the steps to prove that if the quadrilateral ABCD is a parallelogram, then its opposite sides are congruent. Which statement is true about the table? It is not correct because it provides incorrect sequence of statement 3 and statement 4. It is not correct because it does not show correct reasons for statement 2 and statement 4. It is accurate because it shows why a parallelogram has four sides. It is accurate because it provides the correct reasons for the statements.

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@psi9epsilon can you help me? Please
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the last option seems fine the table lists all the necessary sufficient conditions to prove its a parallelogram i am sure, i am not missing if so I apologize but I will go for last option
I thought it has ti bisect.
bisecting diagonals ?
Got it, thanks
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go ahead
It's at the top of the open questions list.

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