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Complete Problem #28 in Section 1.5 Exercises (Chapter 1) of Essentials of Geometry for College Students. Use the table below to show your work and solve the problem. You may add or delete rows as necessary.

Statements Reasons
PQ=RS Given
PS=PQ+RS Segment Addition Postulate
PR=QS Substitution Law


The problem is....

PQ = RS. Prove PR = QS.


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P Q R S

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