Posted by **ashley** on Monday, July 24, 2006 at 4:52pm.

In ?LON, OM bisects LN. What conclusion can we draw from this?

I have more, if you could IM me at xstarrlit, I think it would be easier. There's an image with it.

We don't IM because of the security risk to students. Perhaps we can help if you explain the drawing. In your post you have a question mark before LON. Is LON a triangle? If so is it a right triangle or not? And which is the hypotonuse? And with which line does OM intersect?

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