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is there a figure or picture?
screen prine the problem and send it to me
where is nothing in the problem only words
you need to prove that the triangles AEB and CED are congruent
\[AB \left| \right| CD \]
yeah listen to welshfella im too busy
so what should i write
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)
is this my answer
r u form the US?
currently on vacation in moscow
you need to write that AB parallel to CD before what I wrote
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)
can i put this as my answer?
oh OK standards for geometric proofs in US are different from UK ( where I am) so you are getting the UK version!
should i keep the stuff in prenteses
p;ease tell me quick i have to go?
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.
so AE = ED and CE = EB and therfore AD = CB
k should i keep stuff in the ()