1. ## Angle Theorems

May you guys name all the angle theorems and explain them.

Thank you.

2. Sorry, I saw the title and recognized "Angle theorem" so I'm going to take a stab at what I remember:

Angle-Side-Angle Theorem ---> if two angles, and the side between them are equal in two seperate triangles, then the triangles are congruent....

Side angle Side ---> If two sides, and the angle included between them are equal on any two triangles, the nthe triangles are congruent

Side Side side theorem ---> If 3 sides are equal on any two triangles, the triangles are congruent

Angle angle Angle theorem ---> If three angles are the same on any two triangles, the triangles are SIMILAR, but not necessarily congruent... they are proportional.

I'm just a newbie, wishing to be an engineer... Still in grade 12... So make fun of my answer all you want :P I might be thinking of the wrong thing.

3. Originally Posted by frankpham12
May you guys name all the angle theorems and explain them.

Thank you.
That's what google was invented for.

4. Originally Posted by mr fantastic
That's what google was invented for.
Hey
I searched all over Google and what not. So i just make here to see if you guys have any idea.

And Mr Fantastic I'm sorry about the mishap the other week.

And This that your real picture looks nice.

5. Originally Posted by mike_302
Sorry, I saw the title and recognized "Angle theorem" so I'm going to take a stab at what I remember:

Angle-Side-Angle Theorem ---> if two angles, and the side between them are equal in two seperate triangles, then the triangles are congruent....

Side angle Side ---> If two sides, and the angle included between them are equal on any two triangles, the nthe triangles are congruent

Side Side side theorem ---> If 3 sides are equal on any two triangles, the triangles are congruent

Angle angle Angle theorem ---> If three angles are the same on any two triangles, the triangles are SIMILAR, but not necessarily congruent... they are proportional.

I'm just a newbie, wishing to be an engineer... Still in grade 12... So make fun of my answer all you want :P I might be thinking of the wrong thing.
Thanks for the help

Have very nice year