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I need help.

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    what do you need help on

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  2. Piggiepigpigs Group Title
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    it says to write in a paragraph proof

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    wow i dont know that but i know some one that may know it?.?

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    what can u tell about angle ACB and angle ECD ?

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    they are vertical

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    and hence they are ...... ?

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    congruent

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    yes, so now u have 2 sides and and angle equal in those 2 triangle, so the triangles are .... ?

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    congruent

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    when triangles are congruent, their corresponding sides are .... ?

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    congruent

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    ok thanks I know how to finish it now

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    so AB and DE are corresponding sides, so they are ?

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    can you help me with another problem

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    ok , good! its you who have solved it! :)

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    sure.

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    given: Mo bisects <PMN and OM bisects <PON Prove: triangle PMO is congruent to triangle NMO

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    i need help with steps 2 and 6

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    i don't know what exact statements should go there....still i'll try 2.a ray bisects the angle in 2 equal parts 6.wait

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    wold that be angle bisector

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    6 th ? no,not angle bisector. 2nd, yes, u can write angle bisector

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    6. by ASA test for concurrency of triangles. (its described this way in my school, idk how its described in you school)

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    Thanks

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