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HELP PLEASE!! Theorem: The segment joining the midpoints of two sides of a triangle is parallel to the third side and half its length. A two-column proof of the theorem is shown, but the proof is incomplete.

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  1. anonymous
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    @IrishBoy123 @Jhannybean @Hero @mathstudent55

  3. anonymous
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    There is no two column proof, just a picture of the diagram

  4. anonymous
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    the link is not working

  5. anonymous
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    thats the two column proof, thats all they give me

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    is this trig or geometry

  7. anonymous
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    geometry.

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    And there was no given?

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    i have to complete the column thats the question...

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    which is confusing bc i have no given or anything

  11. anonymous
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    It is most probably the distance formula because the problem gave you the endpoints for each line so that it is possible to find the distance between the points using the distance formula.

  12. anonymous
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    Good luck Maria

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    Thank you!

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    I did Geometry last year so it took a while to remember. It looked so familiar.

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    Thanks for the help!

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