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gaara438125

  • 2 years ago

proofs...really suck

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  1. gaara438125
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    14. a 15. b 16. c 17. d 18. e

  2. AriPotta
    • 2 years ago
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    all proofs start with the same thing, so a and b would be...?

  3. gaara438125
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    given, i know that xD

  4. AriPotta
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    ok, just making sure lol

  5. AriPotta
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    ummm. now that i'm looking at it.....i'm not quite sure what to put....

  6. gaara438125
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    i know angle 2 is congruent to angle 4 .....ugh lol it's so obvious stuff just don't what the answer would be

  7. Fall12-13
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    I still didn't understand how are we supposed to solve the question. Do you need to label it like 1-2-3 ?

  8. AriPotta
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    you have to list the justifications for the statements in the boxes

  9. sara12345
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    c. by Definition of Supplementary Angles

  10. sara12345
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    or c. supplementary angles add up to 180

  11. sara12345
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    both wil work

  12. sara12345
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    d. by Definition of same-side interior angles

  13. gaara438125
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    that's seriously all i have to put for d...?

  14. AriPotta
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    but i don't see how you can state that they're same-side interior angles without proving that the lines are parallel

  15. sara12345
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    e. Converse of same-side interior angles theorem

  16. sara12345
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    yes, anything more than that would be irrelevent/redundant for d.

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