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ARE YOU READY?!. Find the distance between U(-5, 3) and D (10, 1). Write the inverse of the following: If I practice, I will get better. Fill in the missing T/F . Two planes intersect at a …. Say the conclusion, if possible, and by which law.

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Write the inverse of the following:If I practice, I will get better.

• If it’s a clear evening, then you can see the moon.

• If you can see the moon, then you can see the stars.

• If there are 4 congruent angles in a quadrilateral, then they are all right angles.

• ABCD is a quadrilateral with

All supplementary angles are linear pairs.

A ( - 2, -5), B ( 4,7) , C (0, 2) , and D (8, -2)

Given:

and h || s

And their special property is that they are all equidistant from…..

You are looking at medians.Find the measure of every segment!

Solve for x. = 9 through the point (-4, 2)

Does the diagram give you enough information = 9 through the point (-4, 2)to prove triangles congruent?Given: EG bisects

Find the missing angles! = 9 through the point (-4, 2)

Find the missing angles! = 9 through the point (-4, 2)

What assumption would you make to start an indirect proof? = 9 through the point (-4, 2)

• Given: line AB is parallel to line CD

• Prove: Angle A is congruent to Angle B