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In Exercise 5 to 12, plan and write the two-column proof for each problem.

Given: M N ¯ Q R ¯
M N ¯ Q R ¯
Chapter 3.2, Problem 8E, In Exercise 5 to 12, plan and write the two-column proof for each problem. Given: MNQR MNQR Prove:
Prove: Δ M N P Δ R Q P

To determine

To prove:

The given statement.

Explanation

Given:

The following figure shows the given diagram.

Given that,

MN¯QR¯

MN¯QR¯

By definition of ASA, if two angles and their included side of one triangle is congruent to two angles and their included side of second triangle, then triangle will be congruent.

Approach:

The completed proof is shown in the following table.

Proof
Statements Reasons
1. MN¯QR¯
MN¯QR¯
1. Given
2. MN and NQ 2

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