Given: Line segment N M is parallel to line segment P O. and Angle 1 is-congruent-to angle 3 Prove: Line segment N M is parallel to line segment N O. 4 lines are connected. Line segment L M connects to line segment M N to form angle 1. Line segment M N connects to line segment N O to form angle 2. Line segment N O connects to line segment O P to form angle 3. A 2-column table has 5 rows. Column 1 is labeled statements with the entries line segment N M is parallel to line segment P O, angle 2 is-congruent-to angle 3, angle 1 is-congruent-to angle 3, angle 1 is-congruent-to angle 2, line segment L M is parallel to line segment N O. What is the missing reason in the proof? given transitive property alternate interior angles theorem converse alternate interior angles theorem

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answer: 59

step-by-step explanation:

-362

step-by-step explanation:

(12)(4)+2(12)-34(12)+2(12)-3

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48 + 24 - 408 + 24 - 3

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72 - 432 - 3 = -363