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dm91
  • dm91
ok what do you need help with?
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
Susan wrote the following statements: Statement 1: If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary angles. Statement 2: If two lines intersect in one point, then exactly one plane contains both lines. Which geometry term does each statement represent? Statement 1: theorem; Statement 2: postulate Statement 1: definition; Statement 2: postulate Statement 1: theorem; Statement 2: definition. Statement 1: postulate; Statement 2: theorem @dm91
dm91
  • dm91
i would say Statement 1: definition; statement 2: postulate

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dm91
  • dm91
i am not good at geometry so if you get it wrong i am sorry.
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
geometry term definition is not
dm91
  • dm91
ok so if it is not definition then it is: Statement 1: theorem; Statement 2: postulate or Statement 1: postulate; Statement 2: theorem
dm91
  • dm91
i would probably go with... Statement 1: postulate; Statement 2: theorem

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