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  • one year ago

Medal and Fan I dont want any specific answers but could somebody walk me through this to get the answer?

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    Which statement can be used to fill in the blank space? Line segment AB is congruent to line segment CD Line segment BE is congruent to line segment AE Line segment BE is congruent to line segment CE Line segment BC is congruent to line segment AD

  3. anonymous
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    |dw:1436046227377:dw|

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    There's a missing statement for the reason of definition of parallelogram, correct?

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    right

  6. anonymous
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    sorry my internet bugged out for a second there

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    The previous statement states that <CAD is congruent to <ACB.

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    |dw:1436046615865:dw|

  9. anonymous
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    does that somehow contribute to what the answer could be?

  10. anonymous
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    Yes.

  11. anonymous
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    thats what they call corresponding, or do i have no idea what im talking about?

  12. anonymous
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    right and AD equals CB and so on

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    Yes. Back to the question, you know what parallel means?

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    yes

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    What does it mean?

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    two lines that go on forever without touching . such as the opposite sides in this shape

  17. anonymous
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    Good!

  18. anonymous
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    Now, go back to the rectangle I drew earlier about where I drew angles CAD and ACB.

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    |dw:1436047227463:dw|

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    yep. does it matter that the only set of opposite sides included in those angles are the top and bottom sides?

  21. anonymous
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    Yes because it is an angle, not a triangle. :)

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    so the answer would be the last option?

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    Yes.

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    thanks alot :))))

  25. anonymous
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    You're welcome. :)

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