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This concept introduces students to the SAS Triangle Postulate and how to prove that two triangles are congruent given only information about two pairs of sides and included angles.
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This concept introduces students to the SAS Triangle Postulate and how to prove that two triangles are congruent given only information about two pairs of sides and included angles.
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This concept introduces students to the SAS Triangle Postulate and how to prove that two triangles are congruent given only information about two pairs of sides and included angles.
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Nine question quiz. Students must examine diagrams of triangles and the coordinates of triangles and determine if they are congruent using the SAS congruency theorem. Students must justify their reasoning. Students must also draw (on the coordinate plan) an example and non-example of triangles that can be proven congruent using the SAS theorem and then explain their reasoning.
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This study guide is an overview of triangle congruence: defining corresponding parts of congruent triangles, postulates and theorems for congruences (SSS, SAS, AAS, ASA), and postulates and theorems for congruences for special triangles.
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