Geometry
posted by Derp .
Yes, I'm this desperate. I just have problems with coming up with the statements for two column proofs.
Answers would be appreciated.
Given: line segment AX congruent to line segment DX, line segment XB is congruent to XC.
Prove: Line segment AC is congruent to line segment BD.

The answer is Ac is congruent is BD
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