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Geometry Proof. Please HELP!!!! (Prove in six steps) Given: AD is a straight line, and AE = DB, AC = DF,
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@stormegddon I don't know how to write it. The only way I could think of proving this is: You can prove
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The way we have our proofs set up is like a T box. 1 side has statements and then the other side has the reasons for those statements.

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Now I don't understand this proof but this was the example in the book. Proof Statements: (< = Angle) 1) Triangles ABC and DEF with
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could you give a list of statements and reasons? I am really confused
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jazy is right just say that triangle ABC is congruent to triangle DEF by Side Angle Side and then say angle C is congruent to angle F by CPCTC.

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