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anonymous
 one year ago
The flowchart shown below shows the sequence of steps to prove the theorem: Opposite angles of a parallelogram are equal:
The flow chart has one box in the first column, two boxes in the second column, three boxes in the third column, and two boxes in the fourth column. The label in the box in the first column is PQRS is a parallelogram and the reason written below it is Given. Two arrows are shown from the box, one pointing to the upper box in the second column and the other pointing towards the lower box in the second column. The topmost box in the second column has the label PQ is parall
anonymous
 one year ago
The flowchart shown below shows the sequence of steps to prove the theorem: Opposite angles of a parallelogram are equal: The flow chart has one box in the first column, two boxes in the second column, three boxes in the third column, and two boxes in the fourth column. The label in the box in the first column is PQRS is a parallelogram and the reason written below it is Given. Two arrows are shown from the box, one pointing to the upper box in the second column and the other pointing towards the lower box in the second column. The topmost box in the second column has the label PQ is parall

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