In Exercise 16 and 18, complete the missing statements or reasons for each proof.
Use an indirect proof to complete the following proof.

To prove:
The given statement.
For indirect proof, consider
Given:
The following figure shows the given diagram.
Given that,
Approach:
Write the sum of complementary angle.
According to the theorem of triangle, the sum of three angle will be
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