# Geometry

Given: UR=VW Prove: UV=RW(Midpoint)

Given: angleABE=angleDBC(Bisectors)
Prove: angleABD=angleCBE

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1. If QRST below is a rectangle, find x if angle Q is equal to 5x + 30

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