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  • 2 years ago

The figure below shows a parallelogram PQRS. The flowchart shown below shows the sequence of steps to prove the theorem, “Opposite angles of a parallelogram are equal.” Which option best represents x and y? x = PS is parallel to QR, y = reflexive property x = angle 1 is equal to angle 6 and y =corresponding angles x = angle 4 is equal to angle 3 and y = alternate interior angles x = triangle PQS is congruent to triangle RSQ, y = ASA postulate

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  1. BIGDOG96
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  2. psi9epsilon
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    before i help you , let me know whats your take ?

  3. psi9epsilon
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    you need to understand rather than just seek answers

  4. PaxPolaris
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    x is the statement ... and y is the reason from the flochart you can see that the statement 'x' is derived from 3 prior statements: 1. angle 1 is equal to angle 2 2. SQ = SQ 3. angle 4 is equal to angle 3 these three statements allow you to conclud what?

  5. BIGDOG96
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    I think it's D.

  6. psi9epsilon
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    @BIGDOG96 , hint Angle side angle info. is already given

  7. psi9epsilon
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    gr8

  8. BIGDOG96
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    ???

  9. BIGDOG96
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    So it's D?

  10. PaxPolaris
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    D is right.... Those 3 statements give you the two triangles congruent by the ASA postulate. also note that: the reason for the statement after x (CPCTC= corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent) only makes sense if you actually have congruent triangles.

  11. BIGDOG96
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    Thanks

  12. psi9epsilon
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    @BIGDOG96 , does that help?

  13. BIGDOG96
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    Yes

  14. psi9epsilon
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    any more questions?

  15. BIGDOG96
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    Yes

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