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  • 5 years ago

Given: PQ ~PS PR bisects Angle QPS Prove: Triangle PQR ~ Triangle PRS

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    1. PQ =PS 1. Given PR bisects <QPS 2. PR = PR 2. 3. QR = RS 4. PQR ~ PRS

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    to bisect an angle splits angle in half thus RPQ = RPS PR is perpendicular to QS thus both are right triangles both share side PR use Angle Side Angle to show they are congruent

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