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  • one year ago

which of these people is correct with there proof? picture in attachments

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  2. anonymous
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    Is there a figure, to which these statements refer? Without a drawing or a figure of sort, you can't really tell who is right

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Ok, it is about vertically opposite angles, I see consider the figure |dw:1439923377313:dw| The proof is about the pairs of opposite angles, \[\angle2,\angle4\] and \[\angle1,\angle3\] Being equal This property is knows as vertically opposite angles are equal or congruent and has a fairly simple proof. Now let's see what Kelly and Daniel are doing Let's look at Daniel first Hm, his proof looks good But there's a big problem with Kelly, she's trying to prove a theorem using the theorem ITSELF, how can you prove something if it's not given you, and if it's given to you, what's there to prove?

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    What Kelly is doing is something like you are given \[x=3\] Now prove that \[x=3\]

  5. anonymous
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    I hope that makes sense

  6. anonymous
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    Sorry I mean, how can you prove something if it's already GIVEN to you, and if it's already given, what is there to prove?

  7. naga447
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    If it is given it will be a fact or statement that is excepted as true and thank you for you last couple of reply's I was reading through them and I think it clicked

  8. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    you're very welcome

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