# SOLUTION: Write a two-column proof Given: G is between F and H Given: H is between G and J Prove: FG + GJ == FH + HJ I have the given and FG + GH = FH and GH + HJ = GJ because of add

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 Question 51742This question is from textbook Geometry : Write a two-column proof Given: G is between F and H Given: H is between G and J Prove: FG + GJ == FH + HJ I have the given and FG + GH = FH and GH + HJ = GJ because of addition of line segment. Where do I go from thereThis question is from textbook Geometry Answer by THANApHD(104)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!assume FG + GJ = FH + HJ true FG + GJ = FH + HJ FG + GH = FH(cuz G is between F&H) GH + HJ = GJ (" H is between G&J) GH+HJ+FG= FG+GH+HJ (FG + GH = FH ;GH + HJ = GJ ;proved) Q.E.D So its true