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Topic: Proofs--Finding a way in. Please help.
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Proofs--Finding a way in. Please help.
Posted: Oct 26, 2004 11:51 PM
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I'm doing 9th grade geometry and I'm having a very difficult time
understanding two column proofs.

I don't get the method very well but I really want to improve my
grade. Can anyone direct me to an online resource which explains the
principles better than Glencoe Geometry?

Is "Dummies Guide" likely to help if I get it? I'm sure I can get it
if I can just find a good explanation to get me started.

Fanimal

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