If triangle GHI is congruent to triangle JKL, which statement is not true?
segment HI ≅ segment KL
∠G ≅ ∠J
segment GH ≅ segment KL
∠I ≅ ∠L
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I think its C but only because i think its the ASA thing
but im not sure.
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becuz ut eqalls C
:) i hoep i hulp'ed
what? im confused, the question is asking whats NOT true
@mathmate hi, im sorry to bother you, but i'd really appreciate it if you can clear this up for me? i think its C but im not so sure...please?
When we state that two triangles are congruent, we MUST state them in the correct order, that is:
If triangles ABC and DEF are congruent,
-angle A is congruent to angle D,
-angle B is congruent to angle E,
-angle C is congruent to angle F.
and so are the sides. It is much easier to see it graphically.
so if angles GHI and JKL are congruent
G = J
Exactly! well done.
Now you can go ahead and find the statement that is not true!