PSA2RPQ - Classwork---Geometry, M1, Lesson 29 (G.CO.C.9, G.CO.C.10)
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Part A)

 

 

What is the value of x?

 

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What is the perimeter of ?

 

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What is the value of x?

 

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What is the value of y?

 

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Part A)

3. In , the midpoints of each side have been marked by points X, Y, and Z.

  • Mark the halves of each side divided by the midpoint with a congruency mark. Remember to distinguish congruency marks for each side.

  • Draw midsegments , and . Mark each midsegment with the appropriate congruency mark from the sides of the triangle.

 

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What conclusion can you draw about the four triangles within ? Explain why.

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Part C)

State the appropriate correspondences among the four triangles within .

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Part D)

State a correspondence between  and any one of the four small triangles.

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