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# Find the value of each variable. For each circle, the dot represents the center.

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Find the value of each variable. For each circle, the dot represents the center.

let me know if you can view and solve number 10?

tealftlove  Jun 6, 2014

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I spent time looking at your question because I wanted to help you.  I did not know how poor it was until i had already wasted my time on it.  If I spend time trying to sort through your garbage post then I am entitled to post an answer displaying my displeasure!

If you want to put a link in make sure it is correct!

This is a great site full of professional people who give you their time and knowledge for free because they are very generous people who want to share their expertise and love of mathematics with the wider world.

You are most welcome to use this site but we expect you to be polite at all times.  And, if you are picked up for making erroneous posts you are expected to offer an appology not to offer up more rudeness!

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Melody  Jun 9, 2014
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CBA ≅ DBE    by Angle-Angle-Side

CPhill  Jun 6, 2014
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shouldnt it have an A B C number?

tealftlove  Jun 6, 2014
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Huh?? On No. 10, all I see is a problem about congruent triangles....I don't see any "A B C" numbers ..... am I missing something??

CPhill  Jun 6, 2014
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tealftlove  Jun 6, 2014
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Tealftlove, you are obviously capable of inserting pictures - Your instructions keep giving us a different question from the one you seem to want answered.  It is very confusing.

I walk around in a fog of confusion ALL THE TIME.  I do not need you to make the fog more dense!! lol

This is number 10

This is me!

Melody  Jun 7, 2014
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well just ignore the link then...i need what i drew in the figure. if i confuse you so much, then dont post an answer!

tealftlove  Jun 9, 2014
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I spent time looking at your question because I wanted to help you.  I did not know how poor it was until i had already wasted my time on it.  If I spend time trying to sort through your garbage post then I am entitled to post an answer displaying my displeasure!

If you want to put a link in make sure it is correct!

This is a great site full of professional people who give you their time and knowledge for free because they are very generous people who want to share their expertise and love of mathematics with the wider world.

You are most welcome to use this site but we expect you to be polite at all times.  And, if you are picked up for making erroneous posts you are expected to offer an appology not to offer up more rudeness!

PLUS - THERE WAS NO PICTURE IN YOUR QUESTION!

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Continued here:

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Melody  Jun 9, 2014

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