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1. Which of these triangles is not an oblique triangle? a. scalene triangle b. right triangle
Geometry
2 months ago
Refer to the given figure at the right and answer the following Given: △MATH is a parallelogram. 1. overline MA ≌ frac 6. If the mangle MHT=100 ° then mangle MAT=- 2、 Delta MAH ≌ frac 7. If the mangle AMH=100 ° ,then mangle MHT=- 3. overline MS ≌ -- 8. If overline MA=7 , then AT= a- Delta THM ≌ 9. If overline AS=3 ,then overline AH=- 5. angle ATH ≌ - 10. If overline MT=9 , ther overline SM=
Geometry
2 months ago
Line JM intersects line GK at point N. Which statements are true about the figure? Select two options angle GNJ is complementary to angle JNK angle MNL is complementary to angle KNL angle MNG is complementary to angle GNJ angle KNJ is supplementary to angle MNL angle GNM is supplementary to angle JNK
Geometry
2 months ago
Prove that ∆ABC and ΔEDC are similar. 15/4 = 12/5 = 9/3 shows the corresponding sides are proportional; therefore, △ ABCsim △ EDC by the SAS Similarity Postulate. ∠DCE is cangruent to angle BCA by the Vertical Angles Theorem and 15/5 = 12/4 shows the corresponding sides are proportional; therefore, △ ABC- △ EDC by the SAS Similarity Postulate. ∠E and angle A are right angles; therefore, these angles are congruent since all right angles are congruent. 12/4 = 9/3 shows the corresponding sides are proportional; therefore, ΔABC - ∆EDC by the SSS Similarity Postuiate. ∠DCE is congruent to angle CBA by the Vertical Angles Theorem and 15/5 = 12/4 shows the corresponding sides are proportional; therefore, ∆ABC - ∆EDC by the SSS Similarity Postulate. ation
Geometry
2 months ago
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