anonymous
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Write a two column proof. Given: M of angle PMN=M of angle RBC Prove:M of angle ABR +M of angle PMN= M of angle ABC
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anonymous
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what do you think
anonymous
  • anonymous
Umm.. 1. M of angle PMN=M of angle RBC / 1. Given Then idk what to put
anonymous
  • anonymous
I also know that the PROVE part is last

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anonymous
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just put somthing and ill say if its correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
2. M of angle RBC= whatever the measurement is 3. M of angle ABC-M of RBC=M of angle PMN
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes is that your answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
welcome
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I am new
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
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this is my first day
anonymous
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Are you in geometrey? IN eigth grade?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no
anonymous
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9th
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Oh im in eigth
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cool

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