I am having extreme difficulty with this. I've tried using inscribed angle theorems, but I've given up. Can anyone solve this?Attachment 28158

I'm in tenth grade geometry. Thank you. Just click on the proof to enlarge it

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- Apr 25th 2013, 05:30 PMjackmac868Help with 10th grade geometry proof?
I am having extreme difficulty with this. I've tried using inscribed angle theorems, but I've given up. Can anyone solve this?Attachment 28158

I'm in tenth grade geometry. Thank you. Just click on the proof to enlarge it - Apr 25th 2013, 05:56 PMBradynsRe: Help with 10th grade geometry proof?
Draw a line $\displaystyle \overrightarrow{BE}$

Make a point Z that is half way along $\displaystyle \overrightarrow{BE}$ (midpoint between B and E)

Draw a line $\displaystyle \overrightarrow{ZA}$

Through mirror symmetry, $\displaystyle \frac{\angle 1}{\overrightarrow{AB}}\frac{\cong}{\cong} \frac{\angle 2}{\overrightarrow{AE}}$

That should do it.

- Apr 27th 2013, 07:37 AMjohngRe: Help with 10th grade geometry proof?
Hi,

I didn't really understand the previous answer. I think you have the right idea in trying to use the inscribed angle theorem. I hope you can prove your problem with the help of the following:

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