Discussion in 'Open Chat' started by Syd_Vaughn4ever, Apr 23, 2003.
I'm in geometry for som reason and I'm having probs. anybody understand proves? <_<
proves? hrm post a question i maybe able to help, b/c i'm taking hs math....
geomitary, scary stuff!!!!
Great the first time in along time I don't have my book with me. Consider the irony!!! I can't believe I have a B- in the class!
We just started geometry, but my teacher is weird so all we're doing is coloring shapes. I feel like i'm in pre-school.
i'm pretty good at proofs. if you need help let me know!
I'm in Geometry Honors, but proofs are one of the hardest things for me. I might be able to help if you post up the question
I love geometry...so much better than algebra II, which I'm in now. I tutor my friend in this class, so I'd love to be of as much help as you need.
I love proofs If you can post it, I may be able to help
Took geo honors a coupella years ago. I got an A+, so I guess i'm ok.
ahhh... my sister's a math goddess... does math problems for fun and hasn't been beat in a competition. she would love to see a problem to do for fun.
i kinda do...i mean i get it and all the stuff i have learned so far
I'm pretty good at geometry... i love proofs
see now ur sounding like my sister siri...lol
I do math competitions!
And I read math books for fun.
OMG YOU SHOULD MEET MY SISTER... SO DOES SHE!!!!!!!!THAT IS EXACTLY LIKE HER... SO MUCH SO IT'S SCARY!
well i like math, it makes sense
OMG guys and girls thanks sooooo much but don't have school 2day and 4got to bring the book home but I can promise u that Friday I'll prob. have a ton of quest.!! I'm so glad that u guys understand it b/c proofs are super hard to me so ttyl on Friday!! Thanks again!!
Ok I have a quest.
Given:segment FB is perp. 2 seg. AD,seg. GC is perp. 2 AD,seg. FB is congruent 2 seg. GC, seg. AE is congruent 2 seg. DE
Prove seg AB is congruent 2 seg. DC
You use the AAS (angle angle side) post. and the last step is CPCTC the shape is think a triangle roof split in 2 so there are 3 parts 2 tri. at the ends and in the middle is a square but the top is slanted
Well....if i actually understood that problem, but I don't actually understand the given...how exactly does it divey up? But congruency is one of the easiest sections of geom.
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