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I am told my proof is wrong due to the right angle area. I can't figure this stuff out. I have 4 other assignments I need to redo and I have 6 exams to take all need to be done y Friday. I really just need help with this stupid proof so I can move on
do you go to connections academy?
no. It's kinda the same thing as flvs but I'm not in Florida. My teacher is ridiculous. They are firing her at the end of the year due to how she runs her courses
oh wow thats horrible what the problem though ?
the problem is up there
she has a 70% rule. if I don't get 70% on EVERYTHING (tests, quizzes, exams, and assignments) I dont get to take my final exam.
I hate proofs.
yeah same here. i dont understand what the question is
Not sure if you are to prove angles ABD and ACD are equal, or triangles ABD and ACD are congruent. Question is not clear. If you have to prov congruence, then there is not enough information unless we assume mBD=mDC by symmetry of the window.
I need to create a proof for the red triangle in the window proving they're congruent.
"If you have to prov congruence, then there is not enough information unless we assume mBD=mDC by symmetry of the window. " Hint: With the new assumption, you can prove congruence by SAS.
Are you proving angles congruent or triangles congruent?
Your proof statement does not have a symbol with ABD and ACD, so I don't know if they are angles or triangles.
Mathmate is correct. You don't have enough given info to prove the triangles or angles congruent.
sorry I was distracted...