MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# PLEASE HELP FAST!!!!???Which statement is a proper biconditional statement for the conditional statement:If a line intersects a line segment at its midpoint, then it is a segment bisector. If a line is a segment bisector, then it intersects the line segment at its midpoint. If a line is not a segment bisector, then it does not intersect the line segment at its midpoint. If a line does not intersect a line segment at its midpoint, then it is not a segment bisector. A line intersects a line segment at its midpoint if, and only if, it is a segment bisector.

Accepted Solution

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Answer:"If a line is a segment bisector, then it intersects the line segment at its midpoint." Step-by-step explanation:We have to find the proper biconditional statement for the conditional statement "If a line intersects a line segment at its midpoint, then it is a segment bisector." from the given four options.
I think the proper biconditional statement of the above conditional statement will be the first one i.e. "If a line is a segment bisector, then it intersects the line segment at its midpoint." Therefore, option A is correct. (Answer)