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

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  1. Emily778
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  2. Eleven17
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    Is there a specific question, or just name everything you can conclude basically?

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

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    remember the squiggly line up on top. :I

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    @rsadhvika

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    Btw thanks.

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    \(\cong\) means congruent

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  8. Emily778
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    WAIT. Would it just be BOA=EPD? or BOA=EPD AND AB=DE?

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

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

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    SO, THE FIRST ONE?

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

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    \[~=\]

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    Hm. it didn't work..

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    use this :- \cong

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    There are options. Those two were two of them.

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    :-/cong

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    no just below \cong

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    wrap it in brackets

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    [\cong]

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    B[

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  22. rsadhvika
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    |dw:1369631532929:dw|

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    \(\cong\)

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  24. rsadhvika
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    ahh finally !

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

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

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

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    btw you figured the answer ?

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