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The paragraph proof with missing statement proves that the opposite interior angles of the rhombus are congruent
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anonymous
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Which statement can be used to fill in the blank space? The figure is a rhombus which is given. The definition of a rhombus guarantees that Line segment AB and Line segment CD are parallel and that Line segment AD and Line segment BC are parallel. ∡1 + ∡2 = 180 and ∡2 + ∡3 = 180 because they are same side interior angles of two parallel lines cut by a transversal. By the transitive property of equality, ∡1 + ∡2 = ∡2 + ∡3. Using the subtraction property of equality, ____________________________________. Similarly, ∡2 + ∡3 = 180 and ∡3 + ∡4 = 180 because they are same side interior angles of two parallel lines cut by a transversal. Therefore, using the transitive property of equality, ∡2 + ∡3 = ∡3 + ∡4. Using the subtraction property of equality, ∡2 = ∡4. Since ∡1 = ∡3 and ∡2 = ∡4 by the definition of congruence, these opposite angles are congruent. ∡1 + ∡2 = ∡3 + ∡4 ∡1 + ∡2 = 180 and ∡2 + ∡3 = 180 ∡1 + ∡2 = ∡2 + ∡3 ∡1 = ∡3
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