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If you chose translation, use the coordinates of your transformation along with the distance formula to show that the two triangles are congruent by the SSS postulate. You must show all work with the distance formula and each corresponding pair of sides to receive full credit.

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how do i use the distance formula to transition the figure

- Jacob902

Step 3: Rotations and SAS
-Identify and label three points on the coordinate plane that are a rotation of the original triangle.
-Next, use the coordinates of your rotation to show that the two triangles are congruent by the SAS postulate. You can use the distance formula to show congruency for the sides. To show an angle is congruent to a corresponding angle, you can use slope or your compass and straightedge
-You must show all work with the distance formula for the corresponding pair of sides and your work for the corresponding angles to receive full credit.
Show all work here with the distance formula for the corresponding pair of sides and your work for the corresponding angles:
Reflection Questions
1. Describe the transformation you performed on the original triangle. Use details and coordinates to explain how the figure was transformed. Be sure to use complete sentences in your answer.
How many degrees did you rotate your triangle? In which direction (clockwise, counterclockwise) did it move? Be sure to use complete sentences in your answer.
What line of reflection did you choose for your transformation? How are you sure that each point was reflected across this line? Be sure to use complete sentences in your answer.

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- anonymous

he beat me 2 it

- Aizhalee

SAS postulate is different then SSS

- Jacob902

Step 1: Translations and SSS
- Identify and label three points on the coordinate plane that are a translation of the original triangle.
- Next, use the coordinates of your translation along with the distance formula to show that the two triangles are congruent by the SSS postulate.
- You must show all work with the distance formula and each corresponding pair of sides to receive full credit.
Show work for distance formulas here:
Step 2: Reflections and ASA
- Identify and label three points on the coordinate plane that are a reflection of the original triangle.
- Next, use the coordinates of your reflection to show that the two triangles are congruent by the ASA postulate.
- You can use the distance formula to show congruency for the sides. To show an angle is congruent to a corresponding angle, you can use slope or your compass and straightedge show all work with the distance formula for the corresponding pair of sides and your work for the corresponding angles to receive full credit.
Show all work here with the distance formula for the corresponding pair of sides and your work for the corresponding angles:

- Aizhalee

ive read that already i know what to do i just need help on HOW to do it

- anonymous

umm let me see the question
then i may be able to help

- anonymous

me?

- Aizhalee

yes you lol , sorry on the mixed up name

- Aizhalee

is there anyway u can help me ?

- anonymous

i think what formula again

- Aizhalee

distance formula

- anonymous

ight

- Aizhalee

ty so much

- anonymous

well one thing did you do the Pythagorean Theorem

- anonymous

The Distance Formula is a variant of the Pythagorean Theorem that you used back in geometry. Here's how we get from the one to the other:
Suppose you're given the two points (–2, 1) and (1, 5), and they want you to find out how far apart they are. The points look like this:
You can draw in the lines that form a right-angled triangle, using these points as two of the corners
It's easy to find the lengths of the horizontal and vertical sides of the right triangle: just subtract the x-values and the y-values:
Then use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the length of the third side (which is the hypotenuse of the right triangle):
my bad had it backwards do that last

- Aizhalee

Thanks ! :)

- anonymous

your welcome glad to help if you need anything else message me ill help you out the best i can

- Aizhalee

(x,y) ––> (x+h,y+k). this is what used as well

- Aizhalee

right ?

- anonymous

what was your answer for the question

- Aizhalee

there isnt a answer you have to draw a graph .

- anonymous

damn brain fart my b

- Aizhalee

its ok . i got it I can try to do it on my own

- Aizhalee

but thanks for trying to help me God bless

- anonymous

d=sqr (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) god that took a lot to type

- Aizhalee

its ok i already found out how to do it thanks so and thats not that correct way of distance formula its d=sqr (x2- x1) ^2+ (y2 - y1)^2. I feel like Im helping you when youre supposed to be helping me lol , but its ok I know how to solve it thanks for your time !

- anonymous

how funny i suck at math i tried and i went to purple math so sit help me to help you like a boss and thats what i had imma an idiot

- Aizhalee

what u need help with ?

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- anonymous

yes

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what do u need help with ?

- anonymous

umm ACT prep

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- anonymous

ok thx and you had my name im asking why jw

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