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In the figure below, does r = t?

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In the figure above, does r = t?

(1) The length of AB plus the length of AC equals the length of BC plus the length of CD.
(2) u = s + t.

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Given => AC = CD

[1] : AB + AC = BC + CD OR AB = BC ( as AC = CD) : so angle r = angle t ( angles opposite to equal sides are equal)

[2] : s + t = u and we know r + s = u( exterior angle is sum of two opposite interior angle) hence r = t

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