If ΔABC ≅ ΔEDF where the coordinates of A(0, 2), B(2, 4), and C(2, −1), what is the measure of DF?
you said it was in the question
b. y = 4x - 2
to find a parallel equation to an equation, make sure both equations have the same slope but different y-intercepts.
y = 4x + 1
4 = slope
1 = y-intercept
y = 4x - 2
4 = slope
-2 = y-intercept
they both have the same slope but different y-intercepts, so, b. is the correct answer.
and to check your work, you can graph both equations. : )
statement #3: proof- ang is congruent to ang ecd : angles are congruent.
1: the missing angles in statement #3
reason- the reason why the answer is acb is because angle ecd and angle acb are both the same size *that's what the word congruent means this is really simple.
2: the missing word in reason #3
reason- the reason why the answer is vertical is because the angles in that diagram on figure 2 is slanted, which is vertical, and the e and a both lay on vertical lines. along with the other's, but e and a are the 2 main points you want to focus on. and c is kind of like your starting point, because c is for both angles, not just one.
i hope that was and understanding.