Given: Line AD is congruent to line ED, Line FD is congruent to Line DB.

Prove: Triangle ADC is congruent to triangle EDG.

(Hints Given: 6 steps)

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- December 22nd 2008, 05:30 AMmagentaritaCongruent Triangles
Given: Line AD is congruent to line ED, Line FD is congruent to Line DB.

Prove: Triangle ADC is congruent to triangle EDG.

(Hints Given: 6 steps)

- December 22nd 2008, 07:04 AMGrandadCongruent Triangles
- December 22nd 2008, 09:08 PMmagentaritano....
- December 23rd 2008, 01:51 AMGrandadCongruent Triangles
- December 23rd 2008, 08:51 PMmagentaritatypo.......
- December 24th 2008, 12:22 AMGrandadType
Hello magentarita

I don't want to seem stupid, but there's nothing obvious to me here. The only thing that remotely makes sense is the following:

On the straight line ADE, AD is congruent to DE. On the straight line FDB, FD is congruent to DB. Prove that triangles ADF and EDB are congruent. (Which they are: two sides and included angle, the angles ADF and BDE being equal because they are vertically opposite.)

But this is rather a guessing game, don't you think?

Grandad

- December 29th 2008, 09:21 PMmagentaritaok.........