anonymous
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A student made the table shown below to prove that PQ is equal to RQ.
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anonymous
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SQ = TQ Given m∡SQP = m∡TQR Given m∡RSQ = m∡PTQ Given m∡SQR = m∡SQP + m∡PQR Angle Addition Postulate m∡TQP = m∡TQR + m∡PQR Angle Addition Postulate m∡TQP = m∡SQP + m∡PQR Substitution m∡SQR = m∡TQP Transitive Property PQ = RQ CPCTC
anonymous
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A. Provide the missing statement and justification in the proof. B. Using complete sentences, explain why the proof would not work without the missing step.
anonymous
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ESSAY SUBMISSION a. SQ= TQ, angle SQR= angle TQP, and PQ=RQ by the SAS postulate. b. Without the eight step, we could not really verify for sure whether these sides and angle were congruent without the SAS postulate.?

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anonymous
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tips?
anonymous
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Drawing.
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anonymous
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there's the drawing delivered by Papa Johns Pizza Geocenter
anonymous
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Ok, first of all, in order to use CPCTC, what would you first have to prove?
anonymous
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That all of the sides and angles are congruent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well sorta correct. CPCTC stands for Congruent Parts of CONGRUENT TRIANGLES are congruent. *Hint hint *nudge nudge *wink wink
anonymous
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Congruent sides!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
anonymous
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Ok, all of this stuff you're blurting out works because of this. You have to prove that the triangles are congruent first.
anonymous
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hmm
anonymous
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interesting indeed
anonymous
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ehh, SQ=TQ, PQ=RQ...
anonymous
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No, all that is done for you. Review the proof and look for why the triangles are congruent.
anonymous
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m∡SQR = m∡TQP?
anonymous
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No. Which of these works? ASA SSS SAS HL AAS?
anonymous
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hmm
anonymous
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SAS?
anonymous
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Nope.
anonymous
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ehhh
anonymous
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SSS?
anonymous
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nope
anonymous
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AAS?
anonymous
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Nope
anonymous
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ASA?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wow...you didn't learn HL, so technically you picked the last possible answer...yes it's correct.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So with that, fill in the missing statement and reason.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so, HL is correct?
anonymous
  • anonymous
No. ASA
anonymous
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k
anonymous
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k
anonymous
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so ASA
anonymous
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why is it right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Fill in the missing statement and reason using this. Remember, this is a two column proof, so the statement and reason has to be separate.
anonymous
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So the reason is ASA...
anonymous
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and...
anonymous
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m∡SQP = m∡TQR
anonymous
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and
anonymous
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SQ = TQ
anonymous
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and
anonymous
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m∡SQR = m∡TQP
anonymous
  • anonymous
Am I right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
NOPE. ALL THAT IS INCORRECT. CAPS LOCK INITIATED!
anonymous
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO....
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anonymous
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K
anonymous
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THIS STATEMENT SHOULD BE FINISHING UP PROVING THE TRIANGLES CONGRUENT.
anonymous
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Give me at least two out of the third things
anonymous
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You already have everything you need and it's only 1 thing, so I can't give you anything.
anonymous
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PQ=RQ?
anonymous
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is that it?
anonymous
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RQP=PQR?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Face palm...
anonymous
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face palm...?
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[TRIANGLE \space RSQ \cong TRIANGLE \space TSQ\]
anonymous
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SEE? I DID IT I ALL CAPS! lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
WOW!!!!!!11111111111111111111111111111111111111
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah. Whenever you have something like ASA or SSS, the statement is saying that the triangles are congruent.
anonymous
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Yeah....
anonymous
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WOW...
anonymous
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So you found ASA because...
anonymous
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two of the angles were congruent and one of the sides were congruent?
anonymous
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*two of the angles were congruent and the included side was congruent
anonymous
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TSQ and RSQ
anonymous
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ehh
anonymous
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could you draw em for me or point them out?
anonymous
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Oops. \[\triangle RSQ \cong \triangle PTQ\]
anonymous
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anonymous
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One has an S in the middle while the other has a T in the middle...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah. I mistyped it.
anonymous
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ehh
anonymous
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could you point them out for me?
anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you mean? Bring up the drawing and the proof and see how everything works. I can't really s\point them out unfortunately.
anonymous
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ahh
anonymous
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I see
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, next beast coming up
anonymous
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this is the last beast
anonymous
  • anonymous
Btw, you left this statement out of the previous problem's answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
In your previous question, you needed 3 statements and you only had 2. Plus, in this question, you forgot to answer B unless you did.
anonymous
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k...
anonymous
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next beast coming right up

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