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anonymous
 one year ago
Erica is given the diagram below and asked to prove that . What would be the missing step of the proof?
Given: Point B is the midpoint of , and point A is the midpoint of .
Prove:
http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/201310/23/e1d04bc2b2cb4c56a3aa75bc8fc6a806.jpg
http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/201408/18/6caee68c7be7438f9704104beb9c480b.jpg
A. Definition of parallel lines
B. Definition of a midpoint
C. Definition of the slope of a line
D. Reflexive property of equality
anonymous
 one year ago
Erica is given the diagram below and asked to prove that . What would be the missing step of the proof? Given: Point B is the midpoint of , and point A is the midpoint of . Prove: http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/201310/23/e1d04bc2b2cb4c56a3aa75bc8fc6a806.jpg http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/201408/18/6caee68c7be7438f9704104beb9c480b.jpg A. Definition of parallel lines B. Definition of a midpoint C. Definition of the slope of a line D. Reflexive property of equality

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