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anonymous
 one year ago
Stephen is making a map of his neighborhood. He knows the following information:
•His home, the bus stop, and the grocery store are all on the same street.
•His home, the park, and his friend's house are on the same street.
•The angle between the park, the bus stop, and his home is congruent to the angle between his friend's house, the grocery store, and his home.
What theorem can Stephen use to determine that certain angles are congruent?
Vertical Angles Theorem
Corresponding Angles Theorem
Pythagorean Theorem
AngleAngleSide Theorem
anonymous
 one year ago
Stephen is making a map of his neighborhood. He knows the following information: •His home, the bus stop, and the grocery store are all on the same street. •His home, the park, and his friend's house are on the same street. •The angle between the park, the bus stop, and his home is congruent to the angle between his friend's house, the grocery store, and his home. What theorem can Stephen use to determine that certain angles are congruent? Vertical Angles Theorem Corresponding Angles Theorem Pythagorean Theorem AngleAngleSide Theorem

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