anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following can be used as "reasons" in a two-column proof? given inductive reasoning definitions algebraic properties
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kasim17
  • kasim17
definitions algebraic properties
anonymous
  • anonymous
deductive reasoning
anonymous
  • anonymous
A proof in geometry consists of a sequence of statements, each supported by a reason, that starts with a given set of premises and leads to a valid conclusion. This type of reasoning is called deductive reasoning.

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kasim17
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there is no deductive

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