anonymous
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Given: ΔLMN and ΔPQR are isosceles. What could m∠P could be used to prove ΔLMN ≅ ΔPQR? Question 25 options: A) 42° B) 58° C) 61° D) 69°
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@LoneWolfKay help?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hmmm, I'll see if I can solve it. Is there a visual representation or no? It's ok if there isn't. It just makes it easier.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i wish there was but unfortunately not. :(

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anonymous
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Alright, give me a min
anonymous
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thank you love!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Best Answer is D. Because 69*2=138 and 180-138=42 so therefore you would have two angles on each triangle with 69° and one with 42° making two identical isosceles triangles.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yay thank you! :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem dear! ^w^ I was doing these when I was in sophomore year so I'm a little rusty, hence why it took so long
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ah yeah.

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