Circle O and circle P are congruent. Given AB=DE, what can you conclude?

- anonymous

Circle O and circle P are congruent. Given AB=DE, what can you conclude?

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- anonymous

A.

- Directrix

Is there a diagram?

- anonymous

Nope

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- Directrix

Okay. The picture could look like this:
|dw:1377068203021:dw|

- Directrix

In the congruent circles, congruent chords have congruent arcs and the central angles of those arcs would be congruent.
That would cause a person to think that option B is true.
But ...

- anonymous

B is what i said lol...

- Directrix

Segments AB and DE are not given as chords of the circle. For all we know, the figure could be this:
|dw:1377068477911:dw|

- Directrix

Isn't this option a repeat of the given information?
B. AB=DE

- Directrix

Just check one more time: are you sure there is no diagram given and no information about the location of segments AB and DE?

- anonymous

No diagram!

- Directrix

Okay, so which option is the only one we know to be true?
Check to be sure you wrote option B down correctly. :)

- anonymous

Pretty sure i did...

- Directrix

> B is what i said lol...
Then, you get the last laugh on this ^^^ What could the answer be but option B?

- anonymous

I have no clue! I will ask my teacher!

- Directrix

Can you enter option B and see what comes back without losing any points?

- anonymous

No i said B first and it was wrong...

- Directrix

If there were a diagram, we might be able to show that A is the correct option. With no diagram, there's no way to show A.
Option B has to be true because it states the exact thing as the given: Given AB=DE, Then: B. AB=DE

- anonymous

Could any other ones be true?

- Directrix

If I had to answer at this point, I would have to choose: D. None of the above.
With no diagram, this question is messed up, in my opinion.

- Directrix

Could this be the diagram?

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- anonymous

Thats the diagram to another question i had

- Directrix

Okay, then if you have to select an answer now, what would it be?
And, can you talk to your teacher about the problem?

- anonymous

Thats what im gonna do!

- Directrix

I agree. And, if the "computer" answer for the problem is A, then we will write a note of protest stating why that cannot be correct.

- Directrix

I'll meet you at the next post.

- anonymous

Okay! Thanks!

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