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bob bundy
2013-08-20 01:28:55

Answered in other thread.

Bob

helpmewithproofs
2013-08-20 00:57:26

Thank your for your responses, but putting it into the 2 column format is still not making sense to me.  Can someone please clarify that portion?

bob bundy
2013-08-16 19:44:51

hi helpmewithproofs

Welcome to the forum.

How would you put that in a 2 Colum proof with statements - reasons ?

post 2 has most of what you need.

You could throw in the word 'given' for statements that were given in the problem, and the congruency reason is angle/angle/side.

So the only other things you need are a piece of paper, a ruler to draw the columns and a pencil

Good luck with it.

Bob

helpmewithproofs
2013-08-16 14:11:53

It is a normal proof but has 2 columns you have to fill out.  One column is the statements and one column is the reasons

Agnishom
2013-08-16 13:52:18

What is a a two column proof?

helpmewithproofs
2013-08-16 13:04:37

How would you put that in a 2 Colum proof with statements - reasons ?
Thanks for the help

Agnishom
2013-08-16 12:43:58

In ΔDEG and ΔFEG
1. Angle DEG = Angle FEG [EG bisects DEF]
2. Angle EDG = Angle EFG
3. EG is common.

Thus, ΔDEG congruent to ΔFEG ⇒DG = FG ⇒ΔDFG is isosceeles

helpmewithproofs
2013-08-16 11:52:08

Can someone please help me do a 2 column proof similar to the one below with the given Triangle?

Photo of Triangle: http://i1039.photobucket.com/albums/a477/tricnetworks/IMG_11451.jpg

2 column proof as an example: http://www.wyzant.com/Images/Help/theorem_pf3.gif

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