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AB and PQ are parallel lines. CR and DS intersect the two lines as shown in the figure. Which statement is true about CR and DS?

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  1. anonymous
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    A. CR < DS B. CR > DS C. CR = DS D. CR = DS × 2

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    Good Morning!

  4. anonymous
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    CR is equal to DS in length. So the answer is C. Does that make sense.

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    @crazygameguy

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    I see, Yes it does. Thank you :D

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    medal?

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    fan? lol trying to raise that smartscore

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    Yes, I got 2 more for you ;p

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    ok make another question and I will help, so it is easier for others to find. ok?

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    Alright ;D

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    you have to close this one though...

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    Hey leave this one and post another one @crazygameguy

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    While I am on to help please...

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