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6th-8th

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Online classes

A proof is a logical argument that demonstrates the truth of a statement. In a triangle proof, logical reasoning is used to prove that a statement is true for all triangles. The statement must be true for all possible triangles, including those with different sizes and angles.

There are many different types of proof, but all proofs are based on the same basic principles. First, we need to identify the statement that we want to prove. This statement is called the hypothesis. Second, we need to identify the facts that we know about the triangles. These facts are called the premises. Third, we need to use the premises to prove the hypothesis.

In a triangle proof, the premises are typically facts about the sides and angles of the triangle. The hypothesis is usually a statement about the relationships between the sides and angles of the triangle. To prove the hypothesis, we need to use the premises to show that the statement is true for all triangles.

There are many different ways to prove a statement about triangles. Some proofs use only properties of triangles, while others use properties of other geometric figures. The most important thing is to be able to identify the facts that we need to use in the proof. Once we have the facts, we can use logical reasoning to prove the statement.