FriedRice
The figure shows triangle ABC with medians AF, BD, and CE. Segment AF is extended to H in such a way that segment GH is congruent to segment AG.
Which conclusion can be made based on the given conditions?
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its not showing the pic?
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ok thanks
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now the conclusions..... :)
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Segment GD is congruent to segment GF.
Segment GD is parallel to segment HC.
Segment GF is parallel to segment EB.
Segment BH is congruent to segment HC.
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hold on im thinking :)
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ok
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so do you know what parallel means?
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because we can eliminate one of the parallel choices by jst looking at it
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we can eliminate Segment GF is parallel to segment EB, because they obviously cross at the top.
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I think its Segment BH is congruent to segment HC.
because the bisecting line in the middle bisects it equally.
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oh ok
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c how I got it?
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yes