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Now that you know how to prove a theorem, it's time to do it completely on your own. Select two line and angle proofs from the left column and two triangle proofs from the right column to prove. You may prove each theorem using either a two-column, paragraph, or flow chart proof. No matter the type of proof you choose, it must demonstrate a logical progression from one step to the next. For each proof, you will need to create and submit to your instructor the initial, or given figures: lines, segments, angles, or triangles. You may do this by hand or using technology. Select a proof

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