Q: What distance represents the distance from point J to KL?

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With the limited information provided by the question, the only statement which must be true is FJ = JH.

Not enough information has been given but if a given line bisects another line at 90 degrees then it is the perpendicular bisector of that line.

The answer is a point, the other person is correct.

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ex: A={j,o,y} subsets: {j}, {o}, {y} {j,o}, {j,y}, {o,y} {j,o,y}, {}

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