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i dont understand what it wants me to do\
can u help me understand this : "^ bisector" means what ?
intersects at an angle
does it mean "perpendicular bisector" or "angle bisector"
angle is like that < symbol
so i am not sure what the ^ symbol means
yea, here we need to assume it means a perpendicular bisector.
cuz oly this assumption leads to unique answer
ok so then k would be the midpoint of both listed lines correct
i think answer is A, and that symbol i guess that means angle too....
thats correct, but the q is asking about whats wrong
If DE is perpendicular bisector of JL, then B. DE \(\perp \) JL is true by definition C. you have already figured out D. DJ= DL cuz every line on perpendicular bisector stays equidistant from the end points.
so the only one you left out was option A
Yes ! A need not be true cuz the points D and E are random
@highschoolmom2010 , perhaps this will suit in mathematics section.
@mathslover they suggested this be posted in here too
i understand :) questions on isometric drawing are somewhat design related. other than those everything else in geometry is pure math... .
Oh k. Sorry