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Bit of Everything## How can we assume that it's

## We're told that AB = BC,

We're told that AB = BC, which means ABC is an isosceles triangle.

## Thank you

## I took the transversal line

## That's not wrong.

That's not wrong.

A transversal is just a line that intersects both parallel lines.

So, we can think of line AC as a transversal, and we can think of line BC as a transversal.

To better understand what I mean, take a look at these diagrams: https://imgur.com/il1eWke

Does that help?

Cheers,

Brent

## Understood but looking at BC

## To answer this question, we

To answer this question, we must consider the transversal (line) that points A and C lie on.