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Geometry Crossward Puzzle

Across
Theory that all verbal angles are equal to each other
Two angles that form a linear pair
Lines that are right angles to each other
When one shape becomes exactly like another if you flip it
States that for all real numbers x, y, and z: if x=y, and y=z, then x=z
Example that disproves a statement or proposition
Down
This term has prescribed pattern with two premises and a conclusion.
This means that a chain of conditional statements can be combined to ignore the intermediates.
Theory that says if two angles are supplementary to the congruent angles, then the two angles are congruent.
A process in order to make a conclusion
Noting a relation in which each element is in relation to itself, as the relation “less than or equal to.”
Switching the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement