## Plane Geometry |

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**ARST**congruent to AABC of Exercise 1 using the second congruence theorem . ( b ) How should △ XYZ of Exercise 1 compare with**ARST**of Exercise 2 ? Why ? Compare a tracing of AXYZ with**ARST**. = = 3. Construct AMNO having MN 4 in . , M 90 ...Page 142

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**ARST**is inscribed in circle O. RS = RT . Prove that the bisector of SRT passes through center O. 3. MNPQ is an inscribed trapezoid having bases MN and QP . MX and NX are tangents of the circle , meeting at X. Prove that the bisector of ...Page 199

Walter Wilson Hart. PROVING TWO TRIANGLES SIMILAR 199 1. Draw any

Walter Wilson Hart. PROVING TWO TRIANGLES SIMILAR 199 1. Draw any

**ARST**and a segment XY 3 in . long . On XY construct AXYZ similar to**ARST**. 2. DE || BC in AABC . similar to AABC . Prove AADE 3. Do Ex . 2 if DE || BC but cuts BA and CA ...### Other editions - View all

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AABC ABCD ADDITIONAL EXERCISES ADEF adjoining figure altitude angle formed angles are equal apothem ARST AXYZ base angles bisector bisects central angle chord circumscribed conclusion corresponding sides cuts diagonals diameter Draw drawn equal angles equal circles equal sides equidistant equilateral triangle EXERCISES FOR CHAPTER extended exterior angle figure for Ex Find the area geometry hypotenuse Hypothesis inscribed inscribed angle intersect isosceles trapezoid isosceles triangle Locate locus of points mean proportional measure median meeting AC mid-point opposite sides parallelogram perimeter perpendicular perpendicular-bisector Plan plane Proof Prove pupil quadrilateral radii radius ratio rectangle regular hexagon regular polygon rhombus right angle right triangle secant similar triangles square STATEMENTS REASONS straight line Suggestion tangent theorem vertex angle vertices XYZW ZAOB