PSA2PV9 - Problem Sets---Geometry, M1 Lesson 22 (G.CO.B.7, G.CO.B.8)

Justify whether the triangles meet the SAS congruence criteria; explicitly state which pairs of sides or angles are congruent and why. If the triangles do meet the SAS congruence criteria, describe the rigid motion(s) that would map one triangle onto the other.

Given: , and AB=CD

Do β³π΄π΅π· and β³πΆπ·π΅ meet the SAS criteria?

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Justify whether the triangles meet the SAS congruence criteria; explicitly state which pairs of sides or angles are congruent and why. If the triangles do meet the SAS congruence criteria, describe the rigid motion(s) that would map one triangle onto the other.

Given: : π∠π = 25°, ππ = 7", ππ = 5", and ππ = 5"

Do β³ πππ and β³ πππ meet the SAS criteria?

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Justify whether the triangles meet the SAS congruence criteria; explicitly state which pairs of sides or angles are congruent and why. If the triangles do meet the SAS congruence criteria, describe the rigid motion(s) that would map one triangle onto the other.

Given:  and  bisect each other

Do β³ π½πΎπΏ and β³ πππΏ meet the SAS criteria?

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Justify whether the triangles meet the SAS congruence criteria; explicitly state which pairs of sides or angles are congruent and why. If the triangles do meet the SAS congruence criteria, describe the rigid motion(s) that would map one triangle onto the other.

Given: π∠1 = π∠2, and π΅πΆ = π·πΆ

Do β³ π΄π΅πΆ and β³ π΄π·πΆ meet the SAS criteria?

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Justify whether the triangles meet the SAS congruence criteria; explicitly state which pairs of sides or angles are congruent and why. If the triangles do meet the SAS congruence criteria, describe the rigid motion(s) that would map one triangle onto the other.

Given:  bisects angle ∠π΅πΆπ·, and π΅πΆ = π·πΆ

Do β³ πΆπ΄π΅ and β³ πΆπ΄π· meet the SAS criteria?

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Justify whether the triangles meet the SAS congruence criteria; explicitly state which pairs of sides or angles are congruent and why. If the triangles do meet the SAS congruence criteria, describe the rigid motion(s) that would map one triangle onto the other.

Given:  and  bisect each other

Do β³ πππ and β³ πππ meet the SAS criteria?

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Given: JM=KL, , and

Do β³ π½ππΏ and β³ πΎπΏπ meet the SAS criteria?

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Given:  and

Do β³ π΅πΈπ· and β³ πΆπΉπ· meet the SAS criteria?

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Given: π∠πππ = π∠πππ

Do β³ πππ and β³ πππ meet the SAS criteria?

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