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GIVE MEDAL!! Given: ABC Prove: A midsegment of ABC is parallel to a side of ABC. What is the reason for statement 3 in this proof? using point-slope formula definition of parallel lines Transitive Property of Equality Reflexive Property of Equality definition of midpoint

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  1. anonymous
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    Is there a diagram?

  2. anonymous
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  3. anonymous
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    there you go :)

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    and ill become fan to ;)

  5. anonymous
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    Is there a diagram of the proof I meant lol

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    oh lol

  7. anonymous
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    Statement Reason 1. Define the vertices of ABC to have unique points A(x1, y1), B(x2, y2), and C(x3, y3). given 2. Let D be the midpoint of and E be the midpoint of . defining midpoints 3. 4. slope of = slope of = definition of slope 5. slope of = slope of Transitive Property of Equality 6. is parallel to definition of parallel lines 7. Let F be the midpoint of . defining a midpoint 8. definition of midpoint 9. slope of = slope of = definition of slope 10. slope of = slope of Transitive Property of Equality 11. is parallel to . definition of parallel lines 12. Similarly, is parallel to . steps similar to steps 1-11

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    there :)

  9. anonymous
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    Well, since we have more than what i usually seen, you could say that it's the reflexive property

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    thx ;)

  11. anonymous
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    Youre welcome

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