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Unformatted text preview: The proof is exactly the same as the previous construction except you only have to show that the lines are perpendicular (since you arent bisecting any segment). 5. Construct a parallel through a point. Since angle a is congruent to angle b by construction, we have corresponding angles congruent. Thus, the lines are parallel....
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- Spring '08