Andria wrote the following statements:
Statement 1: If parallel lines have a transversal, then corresponding angles are congruent.
Statement 2: A line has an infinite number of points extending in opposite directions.
Which geometry term does each statement represent?
Statement 1: definition; Statement 2: theorem
Statement 1: postulate; Statement 2: definition
Statement 1: postulate; Statement 2: theorem
Statement 1: theorem; Statement 2: postulate

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this is easy :/
but i gotta work u through to the answer

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- anonymous

Statement 1 is postulate because you have to prove that corresponding angles are congruent.

- anonymous

can u find statement 2 by urself?

- pooja195

Ok im not really sure but if it is an if then statement then it has to be a theorm beause its not yet proven
Postulate:suggest or assume the existence, fact, or truth of (something) as a basis for reasoning, discussion, or belief.~google
i suggest going over definitions

- anonymous

I thought postulate means you don't have to prove it and it is a given fact @Icedragon50

- pooja195

^thats what i was thinking

- anonymous

So you think it would be D @pooja195 ?

- anonymous

thats not how i was taught :/ but ok same thing

- pooja195

ye im thinking D

- anonymous

tbh i think its b

- anonymous

I will tell you guys which one is right but I'm going with D.

- pooja195

Statement 2 is not the definontion of a line ._.

- anonymous

._.

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

It was not D :(

- pooja195

wat was it?

- anonymous

I BET IT WAS B ME WUS CORRECT T^T

- pooja195

-_-

- anonymous

XD

- anonymous

It doesn't say the correct answer but I will reset it and try again.

- pooja195

Is it a test?

- anonymous

No a practice sheet which is why you can reset it. Tests you cannot reset.

- pooja195

wats the correct answer?

- anonymous

._. so wus it B

- anonymous

I will tell you in a second @pooja195 and @Icedragon50

- anonymous

okie

- pooja195

Im starting to think its A >..>

- anonymous

IT B AND HE NO TELL US ANSWER

- anonymous

Guys the correct answer is B! @Icedragon50 was right.

- pooja195

WOW -_-

- anonymous

ME GO EAT GUMMY BEARS IN CELEBRATION

- anonymous

Ikr I was taught postulate you did not need proof. Lol @Icedragon50

- pooja195

Its k :3 still a beginner and sorry :( didnt help much ;P

- anonymous

It is not your fault @pooja195 You at least tried which means just as much. I appreciate that.

- pooja195

aww thanks :3 <3

- anonymous

Pooja is still awesome :3

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