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Chapter 6, Problem 13

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From any point on a line perpendicular to a plane, two lines are drawn oblique to the plane. If the foot of the perpendicular is equidistant from the feet of the oblique lines, prove that the oblique segments are congruent.

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Question number 13 point here: it is given that there is a plane is there is a plane and there is a point outside the plane and you’re drawing it perpendicular to the plane, and also there are 2 blic lines and on to another 2 points on the Play and to stand between the base of the multiplier- and this are equal to this power equal. So you have to prove that these 2 bilanes are come on to each other. So far it is a. This is b c c. This is d, so let us start that up with the ray so statement is so is the name is not given me a time. The name. Let us go by the name given to a d is perpendicle. This is given so then you can say measurement triangle. A d c is equal to angle. A d v is equal to 90 degree and…