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In a quadrilateral ABCD, the diagonals bisect each other at point T. Based on the given information which statement is presented first to show that side AB is equal to side BC? Angle ADT is congruent to Angle ATB. Angle ATB is congruent to Angle CTB. Side BC is equal to the diagonal AC of the quadrilateral. Side AB is equal to the diagonal DB of the quadrilateral.

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  1. lilai3
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    LOLs can you draw a diagram of what you mean....something in my brain is wrong here...i need to think clearly....can you draw a diagramm......????

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  2. Tati_Lee
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    there is no diagram @lilai3

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  3. Shadowys
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    |dw:1352700419222:dw|

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  4. lilai3
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    nvm thanks @Shadowys

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  5. Shadowys
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    You're welcome! :)

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  6. Tati_Lee
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    is it the 2nd choice

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  7. lilai3
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    Angle ATB is congruent to Angle CTB.

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  8. lilai3
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    Yep! Good job! You understand now right?

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  9. Tati_Lee
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    yes

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  10. Tati_Lee
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    i have other questions can you help? @lilai3

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  11. lilai3
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    my pleasure :D

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  12. Tati_Lee
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    A quadrilateral EFGH has coordinates E (-3, 4), F (3, 4), G (3, -2) and H (-3, -2). Quadrilateral EFGH has diagonals which bisect at 90° adjacent sides unequal diagonals which bisect at 60° opposite sides unequal

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  13. lilai3
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    ...uhm...what do you think it is?

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  14. lilai3
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    or...what are your options that can qualify for this problem? i'll explain as soon as you give me an answer...cuz i'm afraid you might not be learning anything, but instead just saying that you do. LOL

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  15. Tati_Lee
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    honestly i dont know .. i stuck at geometry, this test is killin me

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  16. lilai3
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    well....do you have an idea what they are asking you to do...and do yu have graph paper ready?

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  17. Tati_Lee
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    would it be a

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  18. lilai3
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    go with your instinct. what makes you think it's A? why not b? or c? or d? eliminate the ones that you aren't sure of.Explain. Then, perhaps, you won't suck at geometry no more :D

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