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Prove: ADB is Congruent to CDB
Given: ED is Perpendicular to AC
D is a Midpoint
Statement
Reason
1.BD is perpendicular to
AC
2. D is Midpoint
3. AD is congruent
to DC
4. <ADB and <CDB
are Right angles
5. <ADB is congruent
<CDB
6. DB is congruent
to DB
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AB is congruent to side
B:
D is a Midpoint
Reason
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2. D is a midpoint
3. DB is Congruent
to DB
4. AD is Congruent
DC
5. ADD is congruent to
CBD
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2. Given
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Given: ED is Perpendicular to AC
AB is congruent to BC
Prove: (UADB is congruent (TJCDB
Statement
Reason
1. BB is perpendicular to
AC
2.AB is Ccngruent to BC
3. <BDA and <CDB are
right angles
4. <BDA is congruent
to <CDB
5. ED is congruent to BD
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<ADB and < CDB are right Angles
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1. BD bisects <ABC 1.Given
2. <ADB and <CDB are 2. Given
right angles
3. <ABD is Congruent
<CBD
4. ED is Congruent BD
5. <ADB is congruent
<CDB
6. (T)ADB is
Given: a is parallel to b
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Statement
Reason
1. A is parallel to b 1, Given
2. <1 is congruent t0 2. Corresponding
<7 angles
3. <7 and <5 are 3. Two angles that
supplementary form line are
4. <1 and <5 are supplementary
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Statement
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EB bisects AD
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to (T)ECD)
Prove: AB is congruent to ED
1.ED is parallel to AB
2.EB bisects AD
3.<EDC Is congment to
<CAB
4. AC is Congruent to
CD
5. <ACB is co
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Given: Point M is the Midpoint of AB
Given: D is
the midpoint
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to MB
of BC
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D
B
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