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posted by sarena .
plot the given points in a coordinate plane.then determine whether the line segments named are congruent.
A(2,2),B(2,1),C(0,2),D(3,2);
_ and _
AB CD

Line AB is vertical and has length 3.
ine CD is horizontal and has length 3.
So, AB and CD are congruent.
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