Posted by **Kara** on Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 5:51am.

Given: Segment CE bisects <BCD; <A is congruent to <B

Prove: Segment CE ll to segment AB

-I used the exterior angle theorem to set the four angles equal to each other, but i don't know how to move on from there. The converse of something (maybe alternate interior angle) is important in proving it parallel also.

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