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Complete the proof by providing the missing statement and reasons.

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This is what I'm seeing: |dw:1353205268731:dw|

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What reason do you have to say that SDH and SDT are right angles? (according to the picture I drew)
Given:SD HT; Prove:SHD = STD
Am I talking to myself here?
how do i do that?
is that each angle is 60 degrees
still not sure about the proof though
It has to be right angles because it bisects a line perpendicularly
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I have to answer 2, 3, and 5
and give the reason for 4 right
well it says 4 is reflexive property so I guess I don't need 4
Well i guess they want you to give the reason
4) reflexive property *is* the reason. What is reflexive there, though?
oic in the stement protion
statement portion
really tired and trying to catch up, sorry
oh and reflexive property basically means a = a
so you just look for something that resembles that
Any help on this @Freyes
@dan815 any help
did you get this @Thegame1974
@J.Williams4 did you get this?
@mtwizzle420 what unit was this again?
2. Definition of lines 3. Given 4. SD = SD 5. HL Theorem

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