## Proof Practice 3 - Section 3: Proof Practice 3

Proof Practice 3
Proof Practice 3

# Construct Parallel Lines Through a Point Not on the Line

Unit 5: Constructions
Lesson 5 of 11

## Big Idea: By making connections to the last unit--angle relationships--students will make sense of how they can perform this construction.

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Math, Geometry, modeling, Constructions, compass and straightedge
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### Jessica Uy

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