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Geometry Problemby cepheid
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Aug207, 06:18 PM

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Aug207, 11:16 PM

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Am I confused? If the figure is supposed to be a rectangle, then all of the triangles are isosceles. So 2a+89=180 and 2b+91=180. a>b. Am I missing something that is making this hard?



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Aug307, 04:09 AM

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We don't know that the angles at the corners are right angles.



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Aug307, 08:35 AM

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If its an arbitrary quadrilateral then a>b is not necessarily true. Start drawing nonrectangular cases.



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