3rd Angle Of A Triangle Proof
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 Type: Video Tutorial
 Length: 10:06
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 Posted: 07/22/2010
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It's fairly obvious that if two angles of one triangle are congruent to two angles of another triangle, then the third angles are congruent. However, how to write the proof may not be so obvious. For that matter, how to write ANY proof may not be so obvious!
That is probably the understatement of the world! Most students find proofs to be very difficult. This video "illustrates" a proof but doesn't really teach you how to write a proof. That will need a video all it's own! Coming soon.
For now, the most important part of this video is to get the concept of the 3rd angle...and, thank goodness, that IS very easy to get.
Learn this theorem. Do not worry if you cannot write the proof as I did. Try to follow me though. At this stage, being able to just follow my proof is enough. The concept is important to know. The proof...just follow me for now.
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Lesson Outline:
A. Example Of A Proof
B. You cannot prove that something is true until you know that it is true in your own mind.
C. Every step must have a reason.
D. Reasons are definitions, postulates, or theorems.
E. No guessing when writing a proof.
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I seriously can't do proofs. But this is good and I am getting better at it. I wish you lived next door to me!