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anonymous

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HELP WILL MEDAL AND FAN! let me begin by saying this is a plato question, Geometry a Unit 2 post test question 4... What is the reason for the third step in this proof? Given: a||b, and both lines are cutby transversal t. Prove <2 is congruent to <3

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    the last choice is: "Vertical angles thereom"

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    Corresponding angles which is C

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    oh ok thanks!

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    actually i typoe'd the question above. We were supposed to prove <2 was congruent to <7 not <3

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    nvm it wouldn't matter cus the question is asking for the reason to step 3.

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