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Someone Please Check my Answers Geometry Congruent Triangles Unit test. The ones with Stars are my answers. 4. In an A-frame house, the two congruent sides extend from the ground to form a 34° angle at the peak. What angle does each side form with the ground? (1 point) 156° 146° ***73°*** 78° True or False 5. All right triangles are isosceles. (1 point) true ****false**** 14. What does CPCTC represent and when would you use it? (4 points) CPCT is Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles are Congruent and after you prove the triangles are congruent you can use this theore

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1st part is definitely correct. 73 is the answer.
4. Correct 5. Correct

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