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In this exploration
1) Look for as many similarities as you can find.
2) Explore not only the relationships between the angles, but between the lines.
3) What can we say about the angles that aren't included? How can we confirm/prove this?
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1) Look for as many similarities as you can find.
2) Explore not only the relationships between the angles, but between the lines.
3) What can we say about the angles that aren't included? How can we confirm/prove this?