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    Circle geometry help

    AB and AC are equal chords of a circle. AD and BE are parallel chords through A and B respectively. Prove that AE is parallel to CD. Please help!
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    Re: Circle geometry help

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    AB and AC are equal chords of a circle. AD and BE are parallel chords through A and B respectively. Prove that AE is parallel to CD. Please help!
    Of course, you have drawn a diagram?

    If I were you, I would work to show that m(\angle EAC) = m(\angle ACD).

    There m(\angle EAC) stands for the measure of the angle.

    Recall that cords of equal length subtend arcs of equal measure.
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    Re: Circle geometry help

    Yes thank you for your suggestion but worked it out soon after posting the message. Thanks anyway!
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