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a baseball diamond is a square wiht 4 right angles and all sides congruent. wrte a two column proof to prove that eh distance from first base to third base is the same as the distance from home plate to second base.
write a two column proof to prove that ehd angle formed by second base, home plate and third base is the same as the angle formed by second base, home plate and first base
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