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xoalyssaxo1 Group Title

http://gyazo.com/09f30247f86f33b08b30c3a02da691c7 http://gyazo.com/17416fa882bc79f9bc9a05120940a9d3 please help on only these two homework problems. I'm so confused

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  1. jmend4ey33m Group Title
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    i belive its perpendicular angle

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  2. xoalyssaxo1 Group Title
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    I don't know they intersect but how would that make them a bisector

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  3. jmend4ey33m Group Title
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    just stare at the way its angled j,i,h are the main points of bisector

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    looks like triangle side and in second one.. BCE is making a perpendicular bisector so <BCE =58/2

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  5. jmend4ey33m Group Title
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    ok lol thats correct nubeer

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  6. xoalyssaxo1 Group Title
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    Thank you both so then I guess number 1 is a perpendicular bisector too

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  7. nubeer Group Title
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    nop .. its not perpendicular bisector.

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  8. xoalyssaxo1 Group Title
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    oooh its angle bisector because it cuts the angle in half

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  9. nubeer Group Title
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    are you sure? you have to find BC and it doesnt look its cutting any angle

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  10. xoalyssaxo1 Group Title
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    lol im stupid i just saw you said triangle side to. thank you so much. I was looking at bce thats why

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  11. nubeer Group Title
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    lol no worries :)

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  12. jishan Group Title
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    BC IS perpendicular bisector

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  13. nubeer Group Title
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    nop its not.

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  14. nubeer Group Title
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    BC is not cutting any line in half.

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  15. jishan Group Title
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    yeah

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