## Emily778 Group Title The circles are congruent. given AB ~= DE(Squiggly line is on top of equal sign.) What can you conclude from the diagram? one year ago one year ago

1. Emily778 Group Title

2. Eleven17 Group Title

Is there a specific question, or just name everything you can conclude basically?

3. rsadhvika Group Title

we can conclude this : congruent chords make congruent angles at the center, so angle AOB = angle DPE

4. Emily778 Group Title

remember the squiggly line up on top. :I

5. Emily778 Group Title

6. Emily778 Group Title

Btw thanks.

7. rsadhvika Group Title

\(\cong\) means congruent

8. Emily778 Group Title

WAIT. Would it just be BOA=EPD? or BOA=EPD AND AB=DE?

9. rsadhvika Group Title

AB \(\cong\) DE is given, that makes BOA \(\cong\) EPD

10. rsadhvika Group Title

both \(\cong\) and = signs say the same thing, but in geometry, for geometrical figures we use \(\cong\) only

11. Emily778 Group Title

SO, THE FIRST ONE?

12. rsadhvika Group Title

are there options ? you didnt give any.. :|

13. Emily778 Group Title

\[~=\]

14. Emily778 Group Title

Hm. it didn't work..

15. rsadhvika Group Title

use this :- \cong

16. Emily778 Group Title

There are options. Those two were two of them.

17. Emily778 Group Title

:-/cong

18. rsadhvika Group Title

no just below \cong

19. rsadhvika Group Title

wrap it in brackets

20. Emily778 Group Title

[\cong]

21. Emily778 Group Title

B[

22. rsadhvika Group Title

|dw:1369631532929:dw|

23. Emily778 Group Title

\(\cong\)

24. rsadhvika Group Title

ahh finally !

25. Emily778 Group Title

>:D Cool, where'd you learn that?

26. rsadhvika Group Title

i dont remember these, i just google when required "latex symbol for congruent sign"

27. rsadhvika Group Title

here you can have a look for geometry symbols : http://sabioacademy.com/default.aspx?lang=en&tab=16&cpage=22

28. rsadhvika Group Title

btw you figured the answer ?