In a quadrilateral ABCD, the diagonals intersect at point T. Byron has used the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem to show that angle DAC is congruent to angle BCA and that angle BAC is congruent to DCA.
Which of the following can Thomas use prove that side AD is equal to side BC?
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THe answer choices are
AC ≅ AC
AC ≅ DB
DB ≅ DB
TB ≅ TD
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I think it would be D the TB and TD
are you sure @taramgrant0543664
This is what I am thinking this should look like right?
BD and AC should not be the same
And you have the other answers as being AC=AC and DB=DB but they are the same line so they are already equal to each other so I don't know how that proves anything
But if all those angles are congruent then I would pick the that last one
ok and it dosent have a picture to g o with the problem
By the sounds of it if there was a picture it would look pretty similar if I am thinking of it right