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I Need help doing a geometry proof.

In the figure below, PQ=RS. Prove PR=QS.

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P Q R S

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    PR+RS = PS
    PQ+QS = PS

    so,

    PR+RS = PQ+QS

    but, PQ=RS, so

    PR + PQ = PQ + QS
    so,
    PR = QS

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