# Check my geometry work?

Please check these geometry questions for me, I'm not asking for someone to do all the work, I just want to double check my answers.
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Since ^JKL is isosceles, <JKL=<JLK by the A.__Theorem. Since KM and LM are angle bisectors, <MKL B.__<MLK Therefore, ^KML is...
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Please check these geometry questions for me, I'm not asking for someone to do all the work, I just want to double check my answers.

http://i37.tinypic.com/rh7l9x.jpg

Since ^JKL is isosceles, <JKL=<JLK by the A.__Theorem. Since KM and LM are angle bisectors, <MKL B.__<MLK Therefore, ^KML is isosceles by the C.__Theorem.

1. A =__Theorem

a. Converse of the Isosceles Triangle

b. HL

c. Isosceles Triangle

d. Angle Sum

2. B =__<MLK

a. =

b. Congruent to

c. ~/~ (on top of one another, looks like an equal sign)

d. not equal to sign (= with line through it)

3. C =__Theorem

a. Converse of the Isosceles Triangle

b. HL

c. Isosceles Triangle

d. Angle Sum

My answers

1. C

2.B (congruent to sign)

3.B

Thanks in advance for the help

http://i37.tinypic.com/rh7l9x.jpg

Since ^JKL is isosceles, <JKL=<JLK by the A.__Theorem. Since KM and LM are angle bisectors, <MKL B.__<MLK Therefore, ^KML is isosceles by the C.__Theorem.

1. A =__Theorem

a. Converse of the Isosceles Triangle

b. HL

c. Isosceles Triangle

d. Angle Sum

2. B =__<MLK

a. =

b. Congruent to

c. ~/~ (on top of one another, looks like an equal sign)

d. not equal to sign (= with line through it)

3. C =__Theorem

a. Converse of the Isosceles Triangle

b. HL

c. Isosceles Triangle

d. Angle Sum

My answers

1. C

2.B (congruent to sign)

3.B

Thanks in advance for the help

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