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Nadia draws a portion of a figure as shown. She wants to construct a line segment through R that makes the same angle with line segment QR as line segment PQ, as shown below:
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Nadia draws a portion of a figure as shown. She wants to construct a line segment through R that makes the same angle with line segment QR as line segment PQ, as shown below:
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anonymous
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are u geting the picture???
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Which figure shows the next step to construct a congruent angle at R?

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anonymous
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ok. so there isn't any answers to the question?
anonymous
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its fine.
anonymous
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so can u tell the pic looks like a dang it for got the word. can u tell me I get brain farts alot.
anonymous
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alright ill try. lol
anonymous
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:) Thanks
anonymous
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here i`ll draw it for u, And then u can tell me.
anonymous
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this is a
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anonymous
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ok I am kinda confused on what they want.
anonymous
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this is b
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anonymous
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do u know what they want?
anonymous
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ill repost the question
anonymous
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Which figure shows the next step to construct a congruent angle at R?
anonymous
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it would be this. http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/55d69ea7e4b0a0d5126f067a-jei.nastyy-1440129195050-a.jpg
anonymous
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this is C
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anonymous
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okay thank you
anonymous
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well lets work through it first.
anonymous
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alright
anonymous
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just to make sure.
anonymous
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and this is D
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anonymous
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so repost the question again.
anonymous
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Which figure shows the next step to construct a congruent angle at R?
anonymous
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congruent means: of figures) identical in form; coinciding exactly when superimposed
anonymous
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okay,so that means
anonymous
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its A? what do u think.
anonymous
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Thats what i thought it was, it seems most similar
anonymous
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yes plus its congruent with the other line.( I think thats how u use it.)
anonymous
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thank you
anonymous
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ur welcome.:)
anonymous
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can i ask another question?
anonymous
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yea sure.
anonymous
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just make sure u close this one and get a new one.
anonymous
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Maria drew two parallel lines KL and MN intersected by a transversal PQ, as shown below:
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anonymous
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okay ill close it and ask again

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