anonymous
  • anonymous
SSS, SAS Postulate Geometry I believe the figure below is SSS. If NOP = QSR, then ? = ? First of all, I can cross out Choice A, because PN = RQ; not SQ. I can also cross out Choice B, because NO = QS; not QR. I am left with Choice C & D. P cannot equal S, therefore, Choice D is the correct choice. Can I confirm?
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anonymous
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The Answer Is D. C Cannot Be The Answer Because If You Line Up The Two Triangles Correctly You Will See That Angle S and Angle P Do Not Match Up. They Are On Opposite Sides Of Each Other.
mayankdevnani
  • mayankdevnani
answer is D...to prove that SAS congruence criteria. ok @enya.gold

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Thank you for confirming my speculation! :)

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