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    @Venice-Gribbin is this as generalized as the last one?

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    The word generalized probably wasn't the best word for me to use, i say generalized because there is no specific lengths for the previous question you presented.

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    ahh lol

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    flvs gives alot of questions like those

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    think you can help @welshfella

  7. welshfella
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    yes the third statement is the equality of the angles included in the 2 sides which were previously proved to be equal

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    my mind cant comprehend that sentence :(

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    so the first option?

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    i dont get it

  11. welshfella
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    the angles concerned are the ones between the lines AD and DP and PC and BC

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    .....

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    @misssunshinexxoxo

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    can you help?

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