i need some help checking my answers

8 months ago@Vocaloid

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8 months agohm this is just them being picky but for blank 2) since they named the right angle E first, then the other triangle needs to be named TIS not ITS since the right angle is T

8 months agosame logic with blank 3 they name the triangle TIS, with the right angle T named first so the corresponding triangle needs to be OIN since the right angle O is named first

8 months agoso yeah this is kind of a nit picky question but 2) EUS is congruent to TIS 3) TIS is congruent to OIN making choice 1 the better sol'n

8 months agohuh not a very well-written question but I'm tempted to say false since you can have three angles add up to more than 180 thus not producing any triangle at all

8 months agooh, yeah, it's definitely false because if you multiply each side of the triangle by some scale factor, all the angles remain the same but you have a new triangle

8 months agoalright

8 months agohm, not quite for it to be SAS the angle needs to be in between the two sides

8 months agowe have a case of SSA which is actually not a congruence theorem so these triangles cannot be proved to be congruent w/ the given information

8 months agoso B then?

8 months agoyes

8 months agowell done ~

8 months agoalmost the reason we know that K and T are 90 degrees is that the IK and KE are perpendicular so the perpendicular lines comes first, then we use the right angle definition to label K and T as right angles so you just need to switch statements 1 and 2

8 months agowe only know one angle of each triangle so by definition we can exclude ASA (which requires two angles each) leaving us with HL still working on the rest

8 months agowell, statement 3 is stating that MG = GM right? this is the symmetric property so symmetric , transitive, HL

8 months agogood

8 months agonotice how PN and YN are the sides directly across from the right angles, and thus the longest sides so PN and YN are hypotenuses not legs

8 months agonow, we only know one angle of each triangle (the right angle) so it cannot be AAS, which requires us to know two angles of each triangle that being said what might the final sol'n be?

8 months agoD.

8 months agoi mean A

8 months agogood, A

8 months agogood guess but keep in mind they're asking for the perimeter of the dilated image not the original triangle since they dilated by a factor of 0.5 the new perimeter is just one half the old perimeter

8 months agooh, so 12, since it;s half of the original

8 months agoyes good

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8 months agoalright i'm probably gonna head off now, be back as soon as I can

8 months agookay

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