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Chapter 2.2, Problem 12E

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*In Exercises 12 to 14, write the first statement of the indirect proof of the given statement.*

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Make a...Ch. 2.CT - Through the point A, construct the line that is...Ch. 2.CT - For ABC, find mB if a mA=65 and mC=79...Ch. 2.CT - a What word describes a polygon with five sides?...Ch. 2.CT - a Given that the polygon shown has six congruent...Ch. 2.CT - Consider the block letters A, D, N, O, and X....Ch. 2.CT - Which type of transformation slide, reflection, or...Ch. 2.CT - In the figure shown, suppose that ABDC and ADBC....Ch. 2.CT - If m1=x+28 and m2=2x26 find the value x for which...Ch. 2.CT - In the figure shown, suppose that ray CD bisects...Ch. 2.CT - In the figure shows, ACE is an exterior angle of...Ch. 2.CT - In Exercises 16 and 18 , complete the missing...Ch. 2.CT - In Exercise 16 and 18, complete the missing...Ch. 2.CT - In Exercises 16 and 18 , complete the missing...Ch. 2.CT - In XYZ, XYZ is trisected by YW and YV. With angle...

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