# Geometry

1. If line JK is perpendicular to line XY at its midpoint M, which statement is true?
a) JX = KY
b) JX = KX
c) JM = KM
d) JX = JY

Is it c?

2. What information is needed to conclude that line EF is the bisector of ∠DEG?
a) m∠DEF = m∠DEG
b) m∠FEG = m∠DEF
c) m∠GED = m∠GEF
d) m∠DEF = m∠EFG

Is it b?

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1. #1 correct
But the wording makes ambiguous whether M is the midpoint of JK or XY.

#2 correct

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posted by Steve
2. Yass lets hit it miss bean

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posted by Jules
3. line JK perpendicular to line LM

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posted by Anonymous

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