# Geometry

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Overlapping angles
Given: m angle HGK= m angle JGL
Prove: m angle 1= m angle 3

Statements: Reasons:
1.) m angle HGK= m angle JGL 1.) Given
2.) 2.)
3.) 3.)
4.) 4.)

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