Complete statement \triangle RWZ = ? in the figure shown.

ddaeeric 2021-08-09 Answered
To Complete: the statement RWZ=? in the figure shown.
Given:
Figure is shown below.
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Answered 2021-08-10 Author has 103 answers
Calculation:
In RWZ and ZWS.
WRZ=WZS (Given)
W=W (Common)
WZ=WZ (Common)
By AAS similarity, RWZZWS.
Therefore, the answer is ZWS.
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