anonymous
  • anonymous
PROOF Prove Line XY is congruent to Line ZY Statements 1.Line YZ is perpendicular to Line XZ and line YW bisects line XZ 2.Line XW is congruent to Line ZW 3.
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chestercat
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IrishBoy123
  • IrishBoy123
for this kind of problem, you always need to start with a sketch. not to scale or even that artistic, but you do need to draw it out. did you do that? if so, can you share it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the link to the picture is in there but here it is http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=301n782&s=5
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also in reasons #3 is Definition of perpendicular bisector

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Notice how dropping the right bisector WY creates two congruent parts, XW and WZ. We now have two triangles: XYW and YWZ. Both these triangles share two sides, i.e. XW and WZ are congruent; YW is shared by both triangles and they both share a 90 degrees angle created by the right bisection YW. Hence, by the SAS (Side-Angle-Side) property, these two triangles must be congruent.\[\bf \therefore \ XY=ZY\] \[\bf Q.E.D\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
@stephanie 1000000
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you maybe put this in a more organized way like number the reasons.

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