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Triangle Congruence by SSS and SAS Practice
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What other information is needed to prove the two triangles congruent by SAS?
LG = MN
What other information is needed to prove the two triangles congruent by SAS?
B. <T = <V
E. RS = WU
How would you prove the triangles congruent?
There is not enough information to prove that the triangles are congruent.
Which statement about the triangles is true?
The triangles can be proven congruent by SAS.
What congruence statements can you write about the triangles in the previous question?
B. ANG = RWT
E. NAG = WRT
Given: GK bisects <JGM, GJ = GM
Prove: GJK = GMK
What is the missing statement in the proof above?
GK = GK
Given: GK bisects <JGM, GJ = GM
Prove: GJK = GMK
Which reason completes the proof in the previous question?
SAS
Which statement about the triangles is true?
The triangles can be proven congruent by SSS.
Which congruence statement can you write about the triangles in the previous problem?
B. JFE = SFV
D. JEF = SVF
Suppose GH = JK, HI = KL and <I = <L. How can you prove that GHI is congruent to JKL?
There is not enough information to prove that the triangles are congruent.
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