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Topic: Geometry #24
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Jonathan Halabi

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Re: Geometry #24
Posted: Jun 19, 2013 11:25 AM
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Lets wait until the exam is no longer in play.

Jonathan Halabi

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On Jun 19, 2013, at 11:17, wrote:

> I can see controversy over question #24. Since you don't have 2 angles, AA is not an option. You cannot assume that the triangles are each 2/3 of a Pythagorean Triple so there is no way to assume a 2nd pair of angles that way.
> So unless you use a rigid motion of dilation, factor 2, none of the other choices are possible since the triangles are definitely not congruent.
> If you go with the dilation rigid motion, then they are similar but I have an issue with SAS.
> Your thoughts?
> Jim

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