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I am working on getting my geometry credit and I need help with writing proofs- I'm working with euclidean geometry, and I can never get the proofs right. constantly, my justifications are incorrect, or I skipped a step, or I just screw the whole thing. My test is coming up soon, and I will not be able to pass if I bomb the test. anybody got any tips? --Lexiqita 00:31, 5 March 2009 (UTC)
Well, I will note that we are not an online math homework help service (see yahoo answers or math help forum). That said, I personally advise a two column method, with one column for equations and another for justifications. And of course, memorizing the theorems you are supposed to know wouldn't hurt either ;) --Cynic (talk) 01:06, 5 March 2009 (UTC)