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Join us on this flipped math lesson where we visually explore and practice proving two triangles or parts of triangles are congruent by using a formal proof. For more MashUp Math content, visit http://www.mashupmath.com and join our free mailing list! :)
This lesson answers the questions: How can I prove that two triangles are congruent? How can I complete a geometry proof? How do I prove vertical angles are congruent? How do I use CPCTC? How can I study geometry proofs?
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