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Hello,

I'm assuming that you're referring to trigonometry proofs? If not, please correct me.

Parts of the proof usually include the following:

1) the diagram and labeling what is given (what we know) and then what we have to solve (what we don't know). In regards to trigonometry, this could be known side lengths or angles.

2) Next we would, underneath the diagram write out our givens. E.G. Side AB = Side CB

3) You would then write out your calculations (the work that you do to get to the answer).

4) And lastly, a concluding statement (therefore the missing side length is ____).

I hope this is what you're looking for!

Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions. Thank you very much!

Sep 19th, 2015

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