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anonymous
 one year ago
Prove triangle ZYA congruent to triangle XYB
A.
1) Given
2) Given
3) Given
4) Segment addition postulate
5) Reflexive property of congruence
6) ASA
B.
1) Given
2) Given
3) Given
4) Reflexive property of congruence
5) Segment addition postulate
6) SSA
C.
1) Given
2) Given
3) Given
4) Segment addition postulate
5) Reflexive property of congruence
6) AAS
D.
There is not enough information to prove the triangles congruent.
anonymous
 one year ago
Prove triangle ZYA congruent to triangle XYB A. 1) Given 2) Given 3) Given 4) Segment addition postulate 5) Reflexive property of congruence 6) ASA B. 1) Given 2) Given 3) Given 4) Reflexive property of congruence 5) Segment addition postulate 6) SSA C. 1) Given 2) Given 3) Given 4) Segment addition postulate 5) Reflexive property of congruence 6) AAS D. There is not enough information to prove the triangles congruent.

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anonymous
 one year ago
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