Algebra 2
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HOW DO I SUPPLY THE AXIOM OR THEOREM THAT JUSTIFIES TO A GIVEN STATEMENT

Algebra 2 
drwls
You have to know what axiom or theorem to fill in. It depends upon the statement you are trying to prove. The proof of theorems in geometry, or in math, depends upon knowledge of previous axioms and theorems. You just have to learn them.
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