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- anonymous

Might help if you post question

- anonymous

1. What is the common angle of PQT and RSQ? (1 point)PQT
SPT
SRQ
SUT
Use the following information for questions 2–5.
Given: ABD CDB, ||
Prove:ABE CDE
2. Which corresponding parts statement is needed to prove ABE CDE? (1 point)DCE BAE
A C
AD = BC
AB = CD
3. A student writes the statement BEA DEC to help prove the triangles are congruent. What reason should the student give? (1 point)Given
Angles cut by a bisector are congruent.
Base angles of an isosceles triangle are congruent.
Vertical angles are congruent.
This item has been reviewed and is scheduled to be updated. All students will receive full credit for any response to the following.
4. Using ∠BEA ∠DEC to help prove the triangles congruent. What reason should the student give? (1 point)A C
CDE ABE
This item has been reviewed and is scheduled to be updated. All students will receive full credit for any response to the following.
5. Based only on the given information, which theorem or postulate will prove ABE CDE? (1 point)SAS
SSS
ASA
AAS

- anonymous

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- shubhamsrg

surely..it'd be a dream come true for me if you give me a medal and be my fan! :O

- anonymous

thanks dude... but thats not helping me.

- anonymous

im doing this right now maybe i can help when i get the answers

- anonymous

yes that would be awesome. i suck at math completely so any help would be great

- anonymous

same, r u in connexus also?

- nubeer

1. PQT as Q angle is in both triangles and same.

- anonymous

yeppp. lol

- anonymous

word lolz..you have mrs jenkins or some1 else?

- anonymous

someone else. mr carnes haha

- anonymous

nubeer are you sure that right?

- nubeer

yup i am sure.. if u have doubt tell my mistake then?

- anonymous

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- anonymous

this will probaly help

- anonymous

#2 is c i tthink

- anonymous

did u finish it?

- anonymous

1. What is the common angle of PQT and RSQ? (1 point)
(1 pt) PQT
(0 pts) SPT
(0 pts) SRQ
(0 pts) SUT
1 /1 point
Use the following information for questions 2–5.
Given: ABD CDB, ||
Prove:ABE CDE
2. Which corresponding parts statement is needed to prove ABE CDE? (1 point)
(0 pts) DCE BAE
(0 pts) A C
(0 pts) AD = BC
(1 pt) AB = CD
0 /1 point
3. A student writes the statement BEA DEC to help prove the triangles are congruent. What reason should the student give? (1 point)
(0 pts) Given
(0 pts) Angles cut by a bisector are congruent.
(0 pts) Base angles of an isosceles triangle are congruent.
(1 pt) Vertical angles are congruent.
1 /1 point
This item has been reviewed and is scheduled to be updated. All students will receive full credit for any response to the following.
4. Using ∠BEA ∠DEC to help prove the triangles congruent. What reason should the student give? (1 point)
(1 pt) A C
(1 pt) CDE ABE
(1 pt)
(1 pt)
1 /1 point
This item has been reviewed and is scheduled to be updated. All students will receive full credit for any response to the following.
5. Based only on the given information, which theorem or postulate will prove ABE CDE? (1 point)
(1 pt) SAS
(1 pt) SSS
(1 pt) ASA
(1 pt) AAS
1 /1 point

- anonymous

thank you thank you your the best!

- anonymous

no problem:)

- anonymous

Here's the right answer for the only wrong wrong :P
2. Which corresponding parts statement is needed to prove ABE CDE? (1 point)
(0 pts) DCE BAE
(0 pts) A C
(0 pts) AD = BC
(1 pt) AB = CD
1 /1 point

- JohnN.

4. B
5. D

- Fiddlesticks7678

i think there's an error, 4 and 5 is ^. wish i can medal both :/

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