anonymous
  • anonymous
I have 1 more question. I need help completing a proof. heres the image. http://goo.gl/JCKgxm heres the proof. http://goo.gl/iiFyUX
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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RAM231
  • RAM231
Im sorry! But I have NO CLUE on how to find the answers to these... sorry

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anonymous
  • anonymous
its alright @RAM231 its geometry and stuff like theorems and postulates. I'm in honors geometry so bleh
RAM231
  • RAM231
my twin sister was in that last year. Im just in regular geometry. But I haven't started my course of it yet. January will come and I will be starting. Bleh.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@RAM231 what grade are you in? also some of the stuff is SUPER easy others just no.
RAM231
  • RAM231
I am in 11th grade. as my twin is in 11th as well. but she is in AP pre-calculous
agreene
  • agreene
I'm not really sure how to show\(~~FH \perp DG\). but, from that, we can know that \(m\angle DPF=90\) and \(m\angle GPF = 90\) because FH is perpendicular to DG. I suppose you could use one of the triangle rules.... I took geometry many years ago, so I dont remember everything lol
agreene
  • agreene
and for F, its saying PF = PF ... which is a definition, so not something you really have to prove.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@RAM231 uh, I am in 9th grade...
anonymous
  • anonymous
@agreene alrighty thank yoU!
RAM231
  • RAM231
@itISDawn9998 you must be a really smart kid!
anonymous
  • anonymous
@RAM231 meh. i personally think math is easy ish. just geometry messes with my head

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