- max1409

Prove that a rectangle has congruent diagonals. Be sure to create and name the appropriate geometric figures.

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- max1409

help please

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?

- anonymous

is there a figure or picture?

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- max1409

no picture

- anonymous

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- max1409

k

- anonymous

screen prine the problem and send it to me

- anonymous

screen print**

- max1409

where is nothing in the problem only words

- welshfella

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- anonymous

okay

- welshfella

you need to prove that the triangles AEB and CED are congruent

- anonymous

\[AB \left| \right| CD \]

- max1409

pythagorean theorem

- max1409

right?

- anonymous

yeah listen to welshfella im too busy

- max1409

k

- max1409

so what should i write

- max1409

welsh?

- welshfella

AB and CD are congruent (opposite side of a rectangle)
and angle BAD is congruent to < ADC (interior alternate angles)
also < abc congruent to < BCD ( smae reason)

- max1409

k

- max1409

is this my answer

- welshfella

r u form the US?

- max1409

yes

- max1409

currently on vacation in moscow

- welshfella

you need to write that AB parallel to CD before what I wrote

- max1409

AB parallel to CD before what I wrote
AB and CD are congruent (opposite side of a rectangle)
and angle BAD is congruent to < ADC (interior alternate angles)
also < abc congruent to < BCD ( same reason)

- max1409

can i put this as my answer?

- welshfella

oh OK
standards for geometric proofs in US are different from UK ( where I am) so you are getting the UK version!

- max1409

k thx

- max1409

should i keep the stuff in prenteses

- max1409

p;ease tell me quick i have to go?

- welshfella

yes - that would be OK in UK
the next line would be
Therefore triangles AEB and CED are congruent ( 2 angles and the corresponding side) - i think thats ASA in the US.

- welshfella

so AE = ED and CE = EB
and therfore AD = CB

- welshfella

thats it

- max1409

k should i keep stuff in the ()

- welshfella

yes

- max1409

?

- max1409

k thx

- welshfella

yw

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