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Mystery Proofs

Unit 5: Polygons and Congruent Triangle Proofs
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT identify situations in which triangle congruence cannot be proven. SWBAT construct triangles given different parameters, using a compass and straight edge.

Big Idea: Student mix and match their own proofs. Sometimes congruence can be proven - and sometimes it can't!

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