In Exercises 13 to 16, provide the missing reasons.
Given:
Prove:
PROOF  
Statements  Reasons 
1.

1. ? 
2.

2. ? 
3.

3. ? 
4.

4. ? 
5.

5. ? 
To provide:
The missing reasons.
Given:
Given:
Prove:
PROOF  
Statements  Reasons 
1. 
1. ? 
2. 
2. ? 
3. 
3. ? 
4. 
4. ? 
5. 
5. ? 
Definition:
AA:
If the two angles of one triangle are congruent to the two angles of another triangle, then the triangles are similar.
Description:
Given that
To Prove:
It is known that two lines are perpendicular, they form right angles
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