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marcoduuuh

  • 2 years ago

True or false? Based only on the given information, it is guaranteed that LN MO. (Picture below.) A. True. B. False.

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    Triangle LON is isosceles since LO and NO are congruent. MO is in the center of LN since LM and MN are congruent. So MO is just dropping right down the middle of LON splitting it into two congruent right triangles. So it is perpendicular.

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    So it's true right?

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    yep

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