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Topic: Geometry Proof
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Kevin OBrien

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Registered: 12/11/06
Geometry Proof
Posted: Dec 11, 2006 9:57 PM
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When there are multiple information given (say angle abc is congruent to angle cbd and line AB is || to line ZX). I always put both on line 1 of my proof. The text book examples might have abc is congruent to cbd on line 1 and then later (say step 5) list AB is || to ZX.

Is it wrong to put both steps of the given on line 1 of the proof?

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