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19. Complete the two-column proof.

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    Those two photos go to the same problem btw

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    ahm you have your lower horizontal line. if 4 is 110 degrees that means to reach the horizontal line again (if you go in a circle) there is 70 degrees missing. i am not sure if that's what you should fill in but: b. given c. prove d. qed

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    what's qed?

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    b - opposite exterior angles. c - angle of strait line d - from step 'c' and 'b' (inserting step 'b' into 'c' and simplifying step 'c') I think i answer this question yesterday.

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