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yupp, abbout what?
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DF bisects EDG Find FG diagram not to scale
alrighty, what are we looking for here?
well, from what I can see here, we're gonna set these equal to each other
Can you tell me what to do from here? If you know
well do you take care of the n or the number first?
|dw:1355804426317:dw|you always want to get the n or the letter terms on one side, so you would do
Then add 4 to both sides?
yupp1 and you've got your answer :)
Awesome thanks!
You're welcome!
Also remember bisect means cut in half= which means it'll be equal every time when that word shows up and you'll do exactly what I showed you! :)
Alrighty thank you!
your welcome

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