GEO: 4-3 congruent triangles
 1. Given that ∆FUN ≅ ∆TEA, identify the congruent     corresponding parts.∡N ≅ ∡AT ≅ use capital letters for answers 2. Given that polygon MATH ≅ LOVE     identify the congruent corresponding parts.∡V ≅ ∡AT ≅ use capital letters for answers 3. Given that ∆THE ≅ ∆SUP, and that     UP = 2x + 12, and HE = 4x - 50.           Find the value of x and             find the length of UP.UP = x =  4.  Given that polygon PINK ≅ polygon BLUE,how many pair of congruent parts are there?4: 4 pairs of angles only6: 3 pairs of angles & 3 pairs of sides3: 3 pairs of sides only8: 4 pairs of sides & 4 pairs of angles 5. Given that ∆TEA ≅ ∆CUP, find the value of x and y.4.3T3x - 7x = 52oEAUPy = 11.9yC 6. Given that ∆HOP ≅ ∆RUF, and themeasure of ∡H = 32o  and the measure of ∡O = 77o.  Find the measure of the following:m∡P = m∡R = m∡U = ooo 7. Given that polygon SNOW ≅ COLD     identify the congruent corresponding parts.∡N ≅ ∡WO ≅ use capital letters for answers 8. Given that ∆JOY ≅ ∆FUN, identify the congruent     corresponding parts.∡N ≅ ∡YO ≅ use capital letters for answers 9.  When proving triangles congruent using the      definition of congruent triangles, what must be true?Only all corresponding pairs of sides must be     congruentAll pairs of corresonding angles and sides    must be congruentOnly all corresponding pairs of angles must be     congruentAll corresponding angles must be congruent      and all corresponding sides must be      proportional                                                                                 2.                                                                                3.                                                                                5.                                                                                   1. Given                                                                                   4.not used: AEA Theorem?definition of ≅ Δ's?AIA Theorem?definition of a midpoint?Vertical Angles Thrm?
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