If the three sides of one triangle are equal to the three corresponding sides of another triangle , then triangles are congruent .

If the three sides of one triangle are equal to the three corresponding sides of another triangle , then triangles are congruent .

circle P with line segment XW is perpendicular to YZ. prove that arc XY is congruent to X . i really need your help guys..

The absolute value of -x=x.

Given trapezoid ABCD with bases AB and CD, draw diagonals AC and BD. Let E be the midpoint of AC and F the midpoint of BD. Prove that E and F lie on the mid segment of the trapazoid If...

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complete the two column proof by providing the best possible reasons Given: Segment CX is congruent to segment BX, triangle ABC is an equilateral triangle Prove: triangle AXC is...

Given 35 points, how many lines can be drawn that contain two of the 35 points?

Given 35 points, how many lines can be drawn that contain two of the 35 points?

Given: Triangle ABC. angle 1 is congruent to angle 2. line segment AD does not bisect angle CAB Prove: Line segment AB is not congruent to line segment AC

Given: Triangle ABC is not isosceles. Line segment BD is perpendicular to line segment AC. Prove: Line segment BD is not a median (11 steps)

Given: angle ABE is congruent to angle CDF Segment AD is congruent to segment BF Prove: CD is a perpendicular bisector

Given: segment DE is parallel to segment BC H is the midpoint of segment DF and segment AB I is the midpoint of segment AF Prove: triangle ABC is congruent to triangle DFE...

Two triangles are given, ABC and CDE and they share a common point, C, which connects them forming vertical angles at this point.

Step by step instructions would help (x is one of the legs of the triangle)

That is the only thing no additional information is the question Which made me confused.

Write a two column proof. Given: AB is parallel to CD, AD is parallel to CD Prove: ΔABC approximately equals ΔCDA

Δyzx yz≅ xw prove zx>yw

I need help writing a two- column proof for perpendicular lines. This is one of my geometry math questions and I need help. Given: <1≅<2, L ⊥ n Prove: L ⊥ p

I need the answer to this proof.

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