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The angle addition postulates states that if an angle UVW has a point S lying in its interior, then the sum of angle UVS and angle SVW must equal angle UVW, or ?UVS + ?SVW= ?UVW.

The segment addition postulate states that if a line segment has three points, then this line segment may be considered two line segments. An example is a line featuring points A, B and C with A and C being the endpoints...

The protractor postulate states that the measurement of an angle between two rays can be designated as a unique number, and this number would be between 0 and 180 degrees. This postulate enables the use of a protractor t...

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The segment addition postulate states that if a line segment has three points, then this line segment may be considered two line segments. An example is a line featuring points A, B and C with A and C being the endpoints...

The exterior angle theorem states that an angle exterior to a triangle equals the sum of the two angles not adjacent to it. The theorem’s basis derives from the fact that the sum of all the interior angles in a triangle ...

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An addition sentence contains an addend, or number to be added, followed by an addition sign, another addend, an equal sign and the sum. For example, a typical addition sentence is 9 + 5 = 14.