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PLEASE SOMEONE ANSWER THIS QUESTIONNNNN

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  1. anonymous
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    what question

  2. hoblos
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    THIS question lol

  3. anonymous
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    the one i posted about 4 times but here Provide the ordered pairs for two congruent triangles on the coordinate plane. Explain, using complete sentences, how you know these triangles are congruent. Provide the ordered pairs for two similar triangles on the coordinate plane. Explain, using complete sentences, how you know these triangles are similar. Provide the ordered pairs for two triangles that have no relationship on the coordinate plane. Explain, using complete sentences, how you know these triangles have no relationship.

  4. anonymous
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    I can easily answer the last part for you. Triangle 1: (234,1234)(1234.41234)(1234,432) Triangle 2:(90283,472)(3498,79234)(22348,938248) I knows they have no relationship because your teacher would never check for one with those horrible numbers, and they would only have a relationship if you were destined to get that question wrong. did that help?

  5. anonymous
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    not really, but ok....what about the others..any ideas?

  6. anonymous
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    I need to go soon but as for the other ones: the first part you need to create 2 triangles with the same dimensions easy way to do this is with something like: Triangle 1: (0,0) (0,1) (1,1) Triangle 2: (1,1) (1,2) (2,2) notice the pattern with those, the first pair had the same number repeated (x,x) the second number had the same x coordinate and the y coordinate was added to by one on both (x, x+1) the last one was with the same numbers, 1 added to the first coordinate pair (x+1,x+1) this ensures that they are the exact same triangle As for the second part: define what you mean by similar and someone will probably get back to you. i hope THAT helped

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