That fine, If you can try you know more than me. lol I do not get it at all!!
r u given any angles degrees?
i dont remember many theorems lol, its been a while since i did these type of problems
No, what i am given is that r is perpendicular to s and t is perpendicular to s. I'm trying to prove that r is parallel to t
oh wait if r and t are perpendicular to the same line then their parallel, Do you know what this theorems called?
I think it would be something like alternate interior angles theorem
im thinking its the converse of something
I found a site; would any of these match it? http://www.ehow.com/info_8183682_five-prove-two-lines-parallel.html
wait a min, that means all of the angles r 90 degrees...
It alternative exterior angles i think
haha i k the theorem, i found it on this website: http://web.cerritos.edu/dford/SitePages/Math_70_F13/PostulatesandTheorems.pdf
If two coplanar lines are perpendicular to a third line, then they are parallel to each other
idk wats its called...
ahhh i know wat it is now, i think converse of the parallel lines theorem
If two lines are cut by a transversal to form pairs of congruent corresponding angles, congruent alternate interior angles, or congruent alternate exterior angles, then the lines are parallel.
sorry had to take a shower and thanks