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I'm assuming the first two lines were given on another sheet or somewhere else (I don't see them given on this image attachment)
Yes I talked to my teacher about the sheet and she gave me those.
reason 6 is incorrect
so is reason 7
How should I go about fixing those?
you'll need to use a triangle congruence property for reason 6
triangle congruence properties SSS SAS ASA AAS
How would I know which one, when none of them are marked?
these two angles are congruent |dw:1449875876681:dw| this is line 4 of your proof
so are these two angles |dw:1449875901498:dw| this is line 5
line 3 says we have these two congruent segments |dw:1449875942075:dw|
So what I get from this is it would be aas, but my only thing about that is my teacher earlier when she was helping me with it hinted that it was one of her favorite things with triangles, which she has stated before is cpctc.
If would be so kind would you be able to explain why cpctc wouldn't work here, just so I understand
cpctc will be used on reason 7 if you know 2 triangles are congruent, then all the corresponding pieces that pair up must be congruent
it's like saying if house A = house B (ie the two houses are the same) then door A = door B (the doors of each house are the same)
Ok I see that, so what you are saying is that 6 is aas due to my previous reasons giving me whether or not they (parts) are congruent and 7 would be cpctc, because they are congruent parts of the congruent triangles?
cpctc = corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent
6 = aas property of congruence 7 = cpctc correct
Ok thank you very much, could you help me with a variation of this? please
Thats fine take your time I really appreciate any help your willing to give me.
ok so before we knew that angle G = angle I what other two angles are equal?
Angle F and Angle H
yes, what other two angles (there's one more pair)
The vertical angles that form because of J?
yes, we list 3 letters to name an angle example: angle GJH |dw:1449877113175:dw|
angle GJH = angle IJF because they are vertical angles |dw:1449877164612:dw|
So number 5 would be < GJH =IJF then reason would be Vertical Angles?
I knew that there was vertical angles in here just didn't know when they would come into play, and how about the reason for number 6?
it won't be aas but it will be very similar
Would it be ASA?
aas and asa are similar but the key difference is that with asa, the side is between the two angles
Yes I understand that :) Thank you very much for helping me out I appreciate it because it was kinda stuck on the bonus and of course in part a I had two wrong, but thank you for taking the time to explain it and work it through with me, thank you so much, also I don't know if you care about this but would you like for me to fan you?
I don't mind either way to be honest, so I'll leave that up to you to decide. I'm glad I could help out though and that it's making more sense.
Yes I understand it much more now, again thank you and have a nice night.
you're welcome and you too