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katieb
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deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
I think its reflective but idk
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
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deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the congruence "doing" here? Hint: first you're given from a to b and then from b to c and finally from a to c (in essense). it's kind of like having an intermediary to help you establish a relationship. say Pete like Sarah but he doesn't know Sarah. But he know Jan and Jan knows Sarah. So he has Jan introduce him to Sarah. Now, when Pete wants to talk to Sarah, he no longer needs to go through Jan.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the relationship has "moved" through Jan to Sarah.
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
so transitive or reflective?
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
Its transfering so transitive?
anonymous
  • anonymous
which means moved through? think of big cities and their mass "blank" sysytems. say it like you're confident!
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
I have one more can you check it to see it I got it right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, you tell me what you got and why and I'll let you know if your logic is correct or not.
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
its more of a angle I can't find it on a protractor so I used the closest answer there was....
anonymous
  • anonymous
you don't need a protractor.
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
180 subtracted by what though
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1442241521267:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1442241595797:dw| this is what you're given, correct?
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
Yes so now we have to figure out what angle MLN equals
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1442241690427:dw|this is what we want to find...
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
the sum of those two angles must be...?
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
under 90 degrees
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1442241754932:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
what does the "square" mean?
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
Like the shape? if so its a parollelogram
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1442241819926:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
a square in an angle indicates that the angle is a right angle
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
KLM is a right angle
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, KLN and MLN together make a right angle
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
Ok so then the answer is 38?
anonymous
  • anonymous
are you confident?
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
Not really but it can't be 52 or 90 and 128 isnt acute so it cant be that
anonymous
  • anonymous
you should be confident... 52 + 38 = 90 a right angle has 90 degrees
anonymous
  • anonymous
good luck!
deerhunter15
  • deerhunter15
Thank you

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