Given: 

Prove: 

PROOF  
Statements  Reasons 
1.

1. ? 
2.

2.? 
3.

3. ? 
4. ?  4. Given 
5.

5. ? 
6. ?  6. ? 
To check:
Whether
Given:
The given statement is,
Figure
Properties used:
Approach:
The proof of the given statement is shown in the following table:
Proof  
Statements  Reasons 
1. 
1. Given 
2. 
2. If two 
3. 
3. Vertically opposite angles. 
4. 
4. Given 
5. 
5 
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