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Prove the angle subtraction theorem

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Using the hyperbolic angle sum theorem, prove theorem 1. theorem
1 (the exterior angle inequality theorem): An exterior angle of a
triangle is greater than each of the remote/nonadjacent interior
angles of the triangle. hyperbolic angle sum theorem: The sum of
the measures of the angles of a hyperbolic triangle is less than
180°. Please give an original answer, the explanations already
posted on Chegg do not answer this question or do not answer in a
language that I understand...

prove HL Theorem without angle measure.

Prove the HL Theorem without angle measures
or Pythagorean theorem. cannot
include HL theorem in proof

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Show (prove), from the original definition of the integers, that
subtraction of
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