The bisectors of two consecutive angles of
To conclude:
The angle ∠P in the given parallelogram HJKL.
Given:
The bisectors of two consecutive angles of
Corollary:
A parallelogram is a quadrilateral in which both pairs of opposite sides are parallel.
In the given parallelogram IJKL.
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1. Parallelogram IJKL |
1. Given |
2. |
2. By the definition of a parallelogram |
3. |
3. Since HP and LP are angle bisectors of |
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