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Write a congruence statement for the pair of triangles.
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Write a congruence statement for the pair of triangles.
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start wid one vertex
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as you go from b to z, its 5ft
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from z to y, its 3ft so its, \(\triangle bzy\)
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can you trace the second triangle same way ?
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could you explain how to get the answer?
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yea if you start from z its zyb right ?
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for the seconf triangle, start from a corresponding vertex for z, which is o
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alright so zyb and owr?
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Perfect !
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and they are congruent which postulate ?
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what lol sorry I haven't been taught any of this material
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okay, SSS means, Side Side Side all Sides are congruent
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all corresponding sides between the two triangles are equal , right ?
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yes and congruent means equal
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yep thats right ! so its SSS congruence, all corresponding sides are congruent
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if all 3 corresponding sides are congruent, then triangles are congruent. thats SSS congruence postulate.
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so it would be c?
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\(\triangle ZYB \cong \triangle OWR\) by SSS yea its C
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thank you so much!
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