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Ok, I need to understand HOW to do this. My teacher confuses the living day lights out of me... and I need help!

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    I know that 1 is given and 3 is reflexive property.

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    1. Given 2. ? 3. By reflexive property of equality 4. Given 5. ? 6. ?

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    Would 6 be- By ASA Property?

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    1. Given 2. By definition of Angle bisector 3. By reflexive property of equality 4. Given 5. By definition of Angle bisector 6. ?

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    6. ASA congruency postulate = \(\checkmark\)

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    Thank you SOOOO MUCH!!! On number 5, you got that because 4 was given and the triangle was cut in half right?

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    4 was given that OM is angle bisector. 5 we got becoz, an angle bisector cuts the ANLGE in half

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    an angle bisector cuts the angle into two equal halves. so, <POM = <NOM

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    what i ment! lol thank u!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    :) yw... ik.... just to be specific i explicitly mentioned ;p good work !

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    lol THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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