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Splash Screen Chapter 6 Lesson 6-4
(over Lesson 6-1) • A • B • C • D Find the value of xin the figure. A.x = 120 B.x = 90 C.x = 60 D.x = 30
A. B. C. D. (over Lesson 6-1) • A • B • C • D What is another name for line q?
(over Lesson 6-3) • A • B • C • D Find the sum of the interior angle measures of a hexagon. A. 720° B. 540° C. 900° D. 1080°
(over Lesson 6-3) • A • B • C • D Find the sum of the interior angle measures of a nonagon. A. 900° B. 1080° C. 1260° D. 1620°
Identify congruent polygons. • congruent polygon
Standard 7MG3.4Demonstratean understanding of conditions that indicate two geometrical figures are congruent and what congruence means about the relationships between the sides and angles of the two figures.
Identify Congruent Polygons Determine whether the trapezoids shown are congruent. If so, name the corresponding parts and write a congruence statement.
Identify Congruent Polygons Answer: Since all pairs of corresponding angles and sides are congruent, the two trapezoids are congruent. One congruence statement is trapezoid EFGH≅trapezoid QRST.
According to the congruence statement,>Hand <Sare corresponding angles. So, Find Missing Measures Answer: Since m<H= 35°, m<S= 35°.
In the figure, Answer: Since FG = 6 centimeters, QR = 6 centimeters.
A.B. C.D. If the triangles shown are congruent, which of the following statements is false. • A • B • C • D
In the figure, • A • B • C • D A. 50° B. 55° C. 70° D. 75°
In the figures, • A • B • C • D A. 3 in. B. 4 in. C. 5 in. D. 6 in.