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The figure below shows a rectangle ABCD having diagonals AC and DB: Anastasia wrote the following proof to show that the diagonals of rectangle ABCD are congruent: Anastasia's proof: Statement 1: Statement 2: AB = DC (opposite sides of a rectangle are congruent) Statement 3: AC2 = DB2 (from statements 1 and 2) Statement 4: AC = DB (taking square root on both sides of AC2 = DB2)

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    Hello.. @kylezz Welcome to Openstudy..!! Im poor in maths but willl tag few of my frnds who can help u out.. @Nnesha @shreehari499 @ganeshie8 They will surely help u out..!!

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    Thanks!

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    hey @kylezz one of my frnd.. is here to help you out.. im tagging him.. hope you clarify all your doubts being online.. @Frostbite thnx for the help...in advance

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    Perfect, i'll wait

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    good.. happy studying at Openstudy.. :-)

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    honestly i dont know where to start but i will say that a and c are wrong to help narrow it down a bit, other than that idk where to go from there

  11. anonymous
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    i was thinking D but i have no idea

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    i would go with your gut

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    okay thanks, can you help me with another one?

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    that's a right there question, it should be C

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    thanks for your help!

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    np

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