Decide whether the two triangles must be congruent. If so, write the congruence and name the postulate used. If not. write no congruence can be deduced.12210203482.jpg

nagasenaz 2020-11-05 Answered

Decide whether the two triangles must be congruent. If so, write the congruence and name the postulate used. If not. write no congruence can be deduced.
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mhalmantus
Answered 2020-11-06 Author has 106 answers

Given figure is:
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Sum of angles in a triangle is 180.
InTPR
50+60+TRP=180
TRP=70
Step 4
InTSR,
60+70+TRP=180
TRP=50
InTRPandTSR,
TPR=TSR(Each60)
PTR=STR(Each50)
TR=TR (Common)
Therefore, TPR=TSR (BY AAS-congruence rule)/
Hence, both triangles are congruent.

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