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In 4 and 6 state two conclusions that can be drawn from the given data. In one conclusion, use the symbol ~;
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in the other use the symbol =.
4. MN bisects RS at N. (MN and RS have lines over them)
6. LM bisects ST at P.(ST has a line over it LM has a line with arrows on both sides)
I don't understand how to make a statement. Thanks. If you could explain one i can do the other.

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