Geometry 4-2 Triangle Congruence by SSS and SAS
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by Scott Phillips
| 21 Questions
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Solve It! Are the triangles shown congruent?
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Problem 1 Got It? Complete the proof on the canvas.
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Problem 2 Got It?
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Problem 3 Got It?
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Compare and Contrast: How are the SSS Postulate and the SAS Postulate alike? How are they different?
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Reasoning: A carpenter trims a triangular peak of a house with three 7-ft pieces of molding. The carpenter uses 21 ft of molding to trim a second triangular peak. Are the two triangles formed congruent? Explain.
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Review Lesson 4-1: Two quadrilaterals are congruent as described in the congruence statement below.
Categorize the items to match corresponding angles and sides.
  • angle A
  • segment EF
  • segment BC
  • angle G
  • segment FG
  • angle E
  • segment AB
  • angle C
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Review Lesson 2-2: Write the converse of the statement. Determine whether the statement and its converse are true or false. "If x = 3, then 2x = 6."
Converse: "If 2x = 6, then x = 3." Conditional: True. Converse: False.
Converse: "If x ≠ 3, then 2x ≠ 3." Conditional: True. Converse: False.
Converse: "If 2x = 6, then x = 3." Conditional: True. Converse: True.
Converse: "If x ≠ 3, then 2x ≠ 3." Conditional: True. Converse: True.
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Review Lesson 2-2: Is the converse of the statement true or false? "If x = 3, then x² = 9."
True
False
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Review Lesson 4-2: In △JHK, name the side that is included between ∠J and ∠H.
side JH
side KH
side KJ
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Review Lesson 4-2: In △NLM, name the angle that is included between side NM and side LN.
∠N
∠L
∠M
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