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Chapter 3.3, Problem 45E

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*In Exercises 46 to 48, explain why each statement is true.*

The bisector of the vertex angle of an isosceles triangle bisects the base.

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Exercises 9, 10 a If mT=71, find mV....Ch. 3.CT - In TUV, TU. a If VT=7.6inches and TU=4.3inches,...Ch. 3.CT - Show all arcs in the following construction. a...Ch. 3.CT - Show all arcs in the following construction....Ch. 3.CT - In ABC, mC=46 and mB=93. a Name the shortest side...Ch. 3.CT - In TUV not shown, TUTVVU. Write a three-part...Ch. 3.CT - In the figure, A is the right angle,...Ch. 3.CT - Given ABC, draw the triangle that results when ABC...Ch. 3.CT - Complete all statements and reasons for the...Ch. 3.CT - Complete all missing statements and reasons in the...Ch. 3.CT - The perimeter of an isosceles triangle is 32cm. If...

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