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Triangle Congruence Proofs Review GameRatings: (0)|Views: 2,978|Likes: 0

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This is a simple game to get students to practice triangle congruence proofs. Students start with the page that has "RP" in the upper right hand corner. They do the proof and find the answer to that proof on a different sheet of paper. On the back of the answer is another problem for the students to complete, then students search out the answer to the new problem and repeat the procedure. At the end, if they've kept track of the order they worked the problems in, they can place all the letters in order, unscramble them and a message appears.

This is a simple game to get students to practice triangle congruence proofs. Students start with the page that has "RP" in the upper right hand corner. They do the proof and find the answer to that proof on a different sheet of paper. On the back of the answer is another problem for the students to complete, then students search out the answer to the new problem and repeat the procedure. At the end, if they've kept track of the order they worked the problems in, they can place all the letters in order, unscramble them and a message appears.

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1.

Use the figure at the right. How can you prove that

Δ

GMH

Δ

TMS?

Justify each step.

Given:

M

is the midpoint of

HS

and

GT

.

Prove:

Δ

GMH

Δ

TMS

1)

M

is the midpoint of

HS

and

GT

.

1) _______________________________________ 2)

GM TM

2) _______________________________________

3)

HM SM

3) _______________________________________

4)

GMH

TMS

4) _______________________________________

5) Δ

GMH

Δ

TMS

5) _______________________________________

2.

Use the figure at the right. How can you prove that

Δ

GHI

Δ

JHI?

Justify each step.

Given:

H

is the midpoint of

GJ

.

Prove:

Δ

GHI

Δ

JHI

1)

H

is the midpoint of

GJ

.

1) 2)

GH JH

2) 3)

HI HI

3) 4)

GI JI

4)

5) Δ

GHI

Δ

JHI

5)

RP

ANSWERS

Study

this example then complete the proof below in the same way.

Given:

The figure at the right

Prove:

Explain

Work

Justify

First,

list the information that is given directly in the diagram.

BQ

YQ

A

and

X

are right .

Given

Second,

use the fact that all right angles are congruent to each other.

A

X

All right angles are congruent.

Next,

use the fact that vertical angles are congruent.

AQB

XQY

Vertical Angles

Finally,

determine which theorem can be used to prove the triangles congruent using the information listed above.

Δ

ABQ

Δ

XYQ

Angle-Angle-Side (AAS) Theorem

Given:

The figure at the right

Prove:

Explain

Work

Justify

HJ

||

KL

HL

||

KJ

HJL

KLJ

HLJ

KJL

JL

LJ

Δ

HJL

Δ

KLJ

OO

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