Bob

]]>Did they say my proof is wrong?

]]>You put down a statement about the question in the first column.

And the reason you know it is true in the next.

Everyone who has helped you with this question (in both posts) has given what you need for column one and column two.

Just to make it completely clear I have set out the first step in columns below. Click the picture to see it full size.

Bob

Sorry. got my letters wrong. That should be GE not DE of course.

]]>Just put the reason right next to it? Do you know the reasons?

1) Angle FEG = angle DEG : because EG bisects angle DEF.

2) Angle EDG = angle EFG : given

3) ΔGED is congruent to ΔGEF: AAS

4) DG = GF : CPCTE

5)ΔDGF is isosceles: Two sides are equal. Definition of an isosceles triangle.

]]>It looks like we have AAS, which is marked on the diagram. So DG equals GF and you are done. Unless I am missing something.

]]>Photo of Triangle: http://i1039.photobucket.com/albums/a477/tricnetworks/IMG_11451.jpg

2 column proof as an example: http://www.wyzant.com/Images/Help/theorem_pf3.gif

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