## enya.gold State the missing reasons in the flow proof. one year ago one year ago

1. enya.gold

I'm at the end of my rope here. Do I write a definition for C and D? All I need is some sort of direction, since this question gives none.

2. enya.gold

C'mon guys, it's not that hard. Yes or no? Do I write a definition?

3. ipm1988

alternate converse angles are equal

4. Ahaanomegas

If it's not that hard, then you shouldn't be *demanding" an answer. Show us what you have attempted to prove that you're not making us do your homework for you.

5. enya.gold

@Ahaanomegas What nerve you have to say that. Well, since you're so sure that I am "demanding" an answer, I will show my work. \[\angle 5 + \angle 2 = 180 \]Both angles are given, therefore, I have to prove that Angle 5 and Angle 2 are supplementary and same-side angles. Now, I will ask again, is the flow proof asking for the degree of an angle or the definition?

6. enya.gold

@Ahaanomegas But first, do show me where I "demand" an answer. I asked a question; whether I write a definition as proof for the equation. If I had said: "Gimme an answer I need it now", THAT would be demanding. This does not excuse your ever-so-rude attempt at accusing me of violating the Code of Conduct.

7. enya.gold

@ipm1988 Yes, I know they are equal. My question is; do I prove this by writing a definition or the angle?

8. ipm1988

@enya.gold no you just have to give reason as to why they are equal

9. enya.gold

That means for C, I use the Reflexive property.

10. enya.gold

For D, I was thinking of the Symmetric Property.

11. Ahaanomegas

@enya.gold 1) I apologize if you got offended in any way. I didn't elaborate on what I meant, and you misunderstood. 2) Please relax. 3) This thread is getting off topic. I stand corrected. Please - truce.