Posted by **alicia** on Friday, February 26, 2010 at 4:29pm.

A group of students on a hiking trip wants to find the distance AB across a pond (see the following figure). One student suggests choosing any point C, connecting it with B, and then finding point D such that <DCB ≅ <ACB and DC≅AC. How and why does this help in finding the distance AB?

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