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anonymous
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For number 2 what do perpendicular lines make
anonymous
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For number 3 does it say in the question that SH=ST?

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anonymous
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yeah
anonymous
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So what is the reason for that statement
anonymous
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2. Definition of perpendicular lines/bisector 3. Given 4. SD = SD 5. HL Theorem
anonymous
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@Mimi_Styles
anonymous
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Or you can give the answers @MysticalFlames instead of letting them learn how to do it and succeed with other questions like this
anonymous
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@Brill They actually have been helping me learn it >_> we go to the same school >_<
anonymous
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@Brill was going to say "do you want the reasons for these answers?" but okay whatever you say
anonymous
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Ok then
anonymous
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Carry on I apologize
anonymous
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don't worry bout it lol
anonymous
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@MysticalFlames thank you<3 and yes, please explainnnn
anonymous
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Okay so what is the definition of a perpendicular bisector?
anonymous
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that's for #2
anonymous
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for #3, it's literally right there on the question
anonymous
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for #4 well, if you look up images of "reflexive property of congruence" you'll see that's what it is
anonymous
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wait!
anonymous
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:O
anonymous
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#4
anonymous
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it's SD=DS
anonymous
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not SD=SD
anonymous
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ooohh I see :o
anonymous
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thank you very much!
anonymous
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more questions?
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I'll message you

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