4th grade
posted by Katie .
Geometry, Isoseles right triangle. Line segments MN and NO are ? A. parallel lines, B. opposite angles, C. perpendicular lines, D. obtuse angles. I can't see that any of these are the answer to the question. Can you help me?

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aren't they perpenducular in a right triangle?
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