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# So I have two triangles here... but are they overlapping? I can't draw I diagram that fits the discription :P Does anyone have a sugestion? :)

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4 So I have two triangles here... but are they overlapping? I can't draw I diagram that fits the discription :P  Does anyone have a sugestion? :)

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Here's a pic of what's going on, Rose98: Note that

And DE is a perpendicular bisector to BC, so BE  = CE.  And angle CED = angle BED, because a perpendicular forms equal right angles. And DE = DE. So, by SAS, triangle BDE is congruent to triangle CDE.

So, m< BED = 90. And since BDE and CDE are congruent triangles, then angle BDE = angle CDE. But BDE and CDE are equal angles of the right angle BDC....thus, they = 45 degrees. And angle DBE is the remaining angle in triangle BDE, so it must be 45 degrees.

And there you go.......   Jul 12, 2014
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CPhill why did u deleted the whole bog answer you wrote! Jul 12, 2014
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I'm at a library, rosala, and this computer is acting rather odd....I told Rose98 that I would do a better job when I got home and could use my trusty laptop !!!!   Jul 12, 2014
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