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anonymous

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Given the diagram above and the fact that <BCD is equal to <ADC. Show that <B is equal to <A. (please help!!)

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    Use the reflexive property of congruent to show that side segment DC is congruent to segment DC. Then you can prove triangles BCD and ADC congruent. Then by CPCTC, angles B and A are congruent.

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