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Plato has "Tuturials" that expect you to take shots at things yo have no clue about. Help me understand all this please... http://www.clipular.com/c/5989982545117184.png?k=7P3oYyuVjufEtGr2GBwqqtYQSCA http://www.clipular.com/c/6523171428630528.png?k=6x7U-z3r2K04FrjVvaYxBEYWX-k http://www.clipular.com/c/5381081776783360.png?k=dKYGknNhay_dj4r11F_bf367Vc4 @sleephead314

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  1. anonymous
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    Sorry to ask you for help again lol

  2. sleepyhead314
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    no problem :) let me read through ^_^

  3. anonymous
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    Ok, Thanks :)

  4. sleepyhead314
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    Geometry proofs xD I like them, but they are sometimes confusing to explain first one is easy tho "given" what information is "given" to you to begin with? "Given: triangle ABC with DE || AC" ^^^^^^^^ right?

  5. anonymous
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    Ok, So "Given" is the information you start with?

  6. sleepyhead314
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    yes :)

  7. anonymous
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    Ok :) Cee your such a great help. But as of the others?

  8. sleepyhead314
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    they give you the rule and mention "corresponding angles" which are these |dw:1436191566364:dw| they also say that they are congruent (equal) to each other so first, can you name those angles? :)

  9. anonymous
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    A, D, E, C

  10. anonymous
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    B, E

  11. sleepyhead314
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    they like listing angles in three letters for example |dw:1436191810691:dw|this angle is "<EDB" because the two ends are E and B while the middle (where the angle actually is) is D

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Okay so..... BDE and BAC

  13. sleepyhead314
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    good! now, they want to confuse you by making it out of order they have it as EDB = CAB but it really is the same thing as you just wrote :)

  14. anonymous
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    Okay :) This is what I have so far http://www.clipular.com/c/4778805089533952.png?k=rLQzUNIxZ3bt4ChPBFXZMaq4Vbg

  15. sleepyhead314
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    perfect! :D

  16. anonymous
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    8D

  17. anonymous
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    Okay so now for the others?

  18. sleepyhead314
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    *confused* the "AA" thing is supposed to mean that triangle ABC is similar to triangle DBE but I can't seem to find the option for that?

  19. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Up top in the initial question.. Site #2 @ De bottom?

  20. sleepyhead314
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    OHHHH yes :) I misread that squiggle as a subtraction sign xD

  21. anonymous
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    lollol, Its all good in the hood yommie

  22. anonymous
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    We got another backwards green Nike check ;)

  23. sleepyhead314
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    segment addition is just saying that the big AB segment is made up of AD and BD

  24. anonymous
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    Your more raw than Yezzy. We got another check

  25. sleepyhead314
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    YAY :D then if AB = AD + DB and plug in dat stuffs to the forth thing we got before...? ( in the numerators) AB CB ----- = ----- DB EB

  26. sleepyhead314
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    so like AB = AD + BD so AB AD+DB ------ becomes ----------- DB DB

  27. anonymous
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    We gottem all and I understand it all http://www.clipular.com/c/5875706081837056.png?k=0uHtcN_1FBJU27rkK1A0AjQ1bgA

  28. anonymous
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    Pretty sight ain't it?

  29. anonymous
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    Thanks again :)

  30. sleepyhead314
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    goin green by saving paper goin green by getting it all right xD :P

  31. sleepyhead314
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    glad I could help :)

  32. anonymous
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    Yes you definitely did that :)

  33. sleepyhead314
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    remember to tag me as @sleepyhead314 next time ;) there's a "y" after sleep :P

  34. anonymous
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    Okay :)

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