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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/12/15
In triangle ABC is congruent to triangle ACB, then ABC is isosceles with:
AB = AC
AB = BC
AC = BC
None of these
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/12/15
In triangle ABC, angle A = 56 degrees. The bisectors of angle B and angle C meet at point O. Find angle BOC.
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/12/15
In rectangle ABCD, AC is the diagonal. Show that the diagonal divides it into congruent triangles.
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/12/15
If triangle ABC is congruent to triangle ACD, then angle B = _________, and AC = ________
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/12/15
State true or false:
All right angles are congruent.
Every angle is congruent to its supplement.
If the area of 2 circles is equal, they are congruent.
If the area of 2 rectangles is equal, they are congruent.
If three angles of 2 triangles are equal, they are congruent.
To be congruent, 2 figures must have the same shape.
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/12/15
If 2 angles are congruent, their supplements are:
Equal
Not equal
Sum up to 90 degree
None of these
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/12/15
If triangle ABC = triangle PQR, then which of the following is true:
BC = PQ
AC = PR
AB = PQ
QR = BC
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/12/15
In APQR, the angle included between sides PR and QR is:
Angle P
Angle Q
Angle R
None of these
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Ritwik Shankar
Subject: Math
, asked on 30/11/15
can you explain how the triangles in d part be congruent
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1
Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 17/11/15
Which of the following are not triangle congruence conditions:
SAS, ASA, ASS, SSS, AAA
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 17/11/15
If two triangles are congruent, which of the following is equal?
Area
Perimeter
Altitudes
None of these
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Mansi Dangi
Subject: Math
, asked on 17/11/15
State the correspondence between the vertices, sides and angles of the following pairs of congruent triangles.
Triangle ABC = Triangle XZY
Triangle PQR = Triangle BAC
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Khushi
Subject: Math
, asked on 31/10/15
is it important in SAS and in ASA that the angle and the the should be included ?
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Naman
Subject: Math
, asked on 31/10/15
Is human eyes congruent ?
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Aditya
Subject: Math
, asked on 27/10/15
if exceeds b by x%, then find the one equation
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- All right angles are congruent.
- Every angle is congruent to its supplement.
- If the area of 2 circles is equal, they are congruent.
- If the area of 2 rectangles is equal, they are congruent.
- If three angles of 2 triangles are equal, they are congruent.
- To be congruent, 2 figures must have the same shape.

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- Not equal
- Sum up to 90 degree
- None of these

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- AC = PR
- AB = PQ
- QR = BC

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- Angle R
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- Area
- Perimeter
- Altitudes
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