option (A), (D) and (E) are correct.
Congruent triangle: When two triangles are congruent they will have exactly the same three sides and exactly the same three angles. The equal sides and angles may not be in the same position (if there is a turn or a flip), but they are there.
Thus, from the given information, figure 1 seems to be congruent to figure 2 as they have exactly same sides and angles, moreover they both are obtuse angles, thus figure 1 is congruent to figure 2.
Also, figure 2 seems to be congruent to figure 4 as they have exactly same sides and angles, moreover they both are also obtuse angles, thus figure 2 is congruent to figure 4.
Now, if figure 1 is congruent to figure 2 and figure 2 is congruent to figure 4, then figure 1 will also be congruent to figure 4.
Figure 3 consists of one right angled but the the other figures do not contain a right angle, thus figure 3 cannot be congruent to the other figures.
Hence, option (A), (D) and (E) are correct.
A,C, and D
I think that only 1,2, and 3 are congruent to each other.
A,E and F
Answer with explanation:
Two geometrical shapes are said to be congruent, if their corresponding sides as well as Corresponding Interior angles are equal.
Similarly, two triangle are said to be congruent,if the length of corresponding sides are equal as well as their corresponding interior angles are equal.
Out of four triangles given
→→Size of triangle 1 , is very small , as compared to triangles 2,3,and 4.
→→Triangle 2, Δ 3,and Δ 4 appears congruent to each other, as their corresponding side lengths and Corresponding interior angles appears to be equal.
The following option must be true among 4 congruent triangles
→→Option A, E, and F
F, C, and E
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Step-by-step explanation: just did it on apex
C,D and E
answer: the two figures are congruent.
step-by-step explanation: they're congruent because figure efgh is reflected across the x and y axis but it was also rotated.
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