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what are the missing reasons?

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    @hartnn can you please help me with this question

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    @jim_thompson5910 can you please help?

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    KM = KM why is that true?

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    i dont really know. could you explain?

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    or wait its because they're both equal they're on the same line

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    KM = KM because any line segment is equal to itself (since any number is equal to itself) so they're the same length because they are the same number officially, this is called the reflexive property

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    oh okay thanks!that really helps & what about #4

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    i think it's the SAS Inequality Theorem i'm reading that here http://library.thinkquest.org/C006354/6_3.html

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    thanks for all the help

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    np

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