For exercises 36 and 37,
Suppose that
(a) MF  (b) EF 
(c) EM  (d) Whether

Exercises 3537
(a)
To Find:
MF
Consider the following diagram.
Given: AB = 12.8 and DC = 18.4.
Consider the triangle
We know that the line segment that joins the midpoints of two sides of a triangle is parallel to the third side and has a length equal to one half the length of the third side.
Here, the line segment MF joins the midpoints of
(b)
To Find:
EM
(c)
To Find:
EF
(d)
To Find:
Whether
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