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5.04 Corresponding parts of congruent triangles

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Consider the statement,

$\Delta$Δ$GYM$GYM$\cong$$\Delta$Δ$FOX$FOX

a

Which angle corresponds with $\angle$$YGM$YGM ?

$\angle$$OFX$OFX

A

$\angle$$FOX$FOX

B

$\angle$$FXO$FXO

C

$\angle$$OFX$OFX

A

$\angle$$FOX$FOX

B

$\angle$$FXO$FXO

C
b

Which angle corresponds with $\angle$$GYM$GYM ?

$\angle$$OFX$OFX

A

$\angle$$FOX$FOX

B

$\angle$$FXO$FXO

C

$\angle$$OFX$OFX

A

$\angle$$FOX$FOX

B

$\angle$$FXO$FXO

C
c

Which angle corresponds with $\angle$$GMY$GMY ?

$\angle$$OFX$OFX

A

$\angle$$FOX$FOX

B

$\angle$$FXO$FXO

C

$\angle$$OFX$OFX

A

$\angle$$FOX$FOX

B

$\angle$$FXO$FXO

C
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Consider the statement,

$\Delta$Δ$SEA$SEA$\cong$$\Delta$Δ$ZAP$ZAP

Consider the diagram below.

Consider the diagram below.

Outcomes

GEO-G.CO.7

Use the definition of congruence in terms of rigid motions to show that two triangles are congruent if and only if corresponding pairs of sides and corresponding pairs of angles are congruent.

GEO-G.SRT.5a

Use congruence and similarity criteria for triangles to solve problems algebraically and geometrically.

GEO-G.SRT.5b

Use congruence and similarity criteria for triangles to prove relationships in geometric figures.

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