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**Melancholy** Instead of a formal (two-column proof) consisting of a "Statements" and "Reasons" column, the evidence is shown in a paragraph form... I suppose...

Like for instance...

**Given that M is the midpoint of PQ, write a paragraph proof to show that PM [is congruent to] MQ.**

Given : M is the midpoint of PQ.

Prove: PM [is congruent to] MQ

"From he definition of a midpoint of a segment, PM = MQ. This means that PM and MQ have the same measure. By the definition of congruence, if two segments have the same measure, then they are congruent. Thus, PM [is congruent to] MQ."

That's just an example...

I don't need to know just the answer from the problem above...

... I need to know how to get it using paragraph form.