HELLO EVERYONE! IN THIS PROJECT WE HAVE TWO SIMPLE OBJECTIVES TO ACHIEVE 1. Apply the Hinge Theorem or its converse to make comparisons in two triangles. 2. Prove triangle relationships using Hinge Theorem or its converse.
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HEY! GHOST YOU ARE SUPPOSE TO EXPLAIN THE KEY WORDS OF THIS LESSON, NOT TELL THE STORY OF YOUR DEATH.
AGHK! FINE. THERE ARE 2 IMPORTANT THEOREMS YOU MORTALS SHOULD DEFINITELY LEARN! THEOREM OF INEQUALITIES IN TWO TRIANGLES: THE 5.13 HINGE THEOREM & THE 5.14 CONVERSE of the HINGE THEOREM
Hinge Theorem: Let´s explain this in the simplest way. If two triangles have two congruent sides then the triangle with the larger angle between those sides will have a longer third side.
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Okay, so get this. If AB is congruent to FG, AC is congruent to FH, and mLA>mLF, then BC> GH