# draw a rough sketch of two triangles such that they have five pairs of congruent parts but still the triangles are not congruent?

its not possible

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not possible

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In ΔABC and ΔMNO

 AB = MN = 5 cm AC = MO = 5 cm ∠A = ∠M = 50º ∠B = ∠N = 60º ∠C = ∠O = 70º BC ≠ NO

Thus, in two triangles they have five pairs of congruent pats are equal, but they are not congruent.

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let, abc and def be two triangles
let, ab=de
bc=ef and all angles are equal
also, ac!=df (ac does not equal to df)
​(now, you can 'attempt' to prove the triangles congruent by SAS (or AA ) but since you cannot prove them SSS they are NOT congruent)
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IN ABC AND PQR

AB=PQ
AC=PR
(ANGLE)A=​(ANGLE)R
(ANGLE)B=​(ANGLE)P
(ANGLE)C=​(ANGLE)Q
and        BC is not equal to  QR
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first draw 2 triangles with 3 angles same and 2 sides same but their size should be different.this is how the triangle will be congruent but wont be congruent
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It is not possible to draw such a triangle
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thanx
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It is not possible to draw such a triangle
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It is never possible to have such a triangle
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Let abc and def be two triangles
so, ab=de
and
bc=ef all angles are equal
(now, you can attempt to prove the triangles congruent by SAS or AA but since you cannot prove them SSS they are not corgruent.)
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It is not posiable
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This is not possible as other congruent rule will make two figures congruent.
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It is never possible to have such a triangle
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ITS NOT POSSIBLE DEAR
ITS A MENTAL MATHS QUESTION.
I THINK YOU SHOULD ASK THIS FROM OUR MERITNATION EXPERTS.
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I know its right question if you did not understand till now please comment ..... Its too simple
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It is NOT POSSIBLE to draw  such a triangle]
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it is impossible
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It is not possible to draw such a traingle.
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not possible
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can you pls provide me a pencil
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It is not posssible
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It is not possible
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IN ABC AND PQR?
? ?
AB=PQ
AC=PR
(ANGLE)A=?(ANGLE)R
(ANGLE)B=?(ANGLE)P
(ANGLE)C=?(ANGLE)Q
and ? ? ? ?BC is not equal to ?QR
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let, ABC and def be two triangles
let, ab=de
bc=ef and all angles are equal
also, ac!=df (ac does not equal to df)
​(now, you can 'attempt' to prove the triangles congruent by SAS (or AA ) but since you cannot prove them SSS they are NOT congruent)
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All angles are equal ,2 sides are equal . Hence, triangle PQR are not congruent to triangle ABC

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Give me a answer

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let, abc and xyz be two triangles
let, ab=xy
bc=yz and all angles are equal
also, ac!=xz (ac does not equal to xz as they are not congruent)
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let, abc and def be two triangles
let, ab=de
bc=ef and all angles are equal
also, ac!=df (ac does not equal to df)
​(now, you can 'attempt' to prove the triangles congruent by SAS (or AA ) but since you cannot prove them SSS they are NOT congruent)
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let, abc and def be two triangles
let, ab=de
bc=ef and all angles are equal
also, ac!=df (ac does not equal to df)
​(now, you can 'attempt' to prove the triangles congruent by SAS (or AA ) but since you cannot prove them SSS they are NOT congruent)
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In ΔABC and ΔMNO

 AB = MN = 5 cm AC = MO = 5 cm ∠A = ∠M = 50º ∠B = ∠N = 60º ∠C = ∠O = 70º BC ≠ NO

Thus, in two triangles they have five pairs of congruent pats are equal, but they are not congruent.

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In ΔABC and ΔMNO

 AB = MN = 5 cm AC = MO = 5 cm ∠A = ∠M = 50º ∠B = ∠N = 60º ∠C = ∠O = 70º BC ≠ NO

Thus, in two triangles they have five pairs of congruent pats are equal, but they are not congruent.

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