   Chapter 4.4, Problem 27E Elementary Geometry For College St...

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Section Elementary Geometry For College St...

7th Edition
Alexander + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337614085
Textbook Problem

EFGH and MNPQ are isosceles trapezoids. Are these trapezoids congruent ifa) E F ¯ ≅ M N ¯             a n d             H G ¯ ≅ Q P ¯ ? b) E F ¯ ≅ M N ¯     ,       H G ¯ ≅ Q P ¯ ,               a n d             E H ¯ ≅ M Q ¯ ?  To determine

To Find:

Whether the given trapezoids are congruent.

Explanation

The given trapezoids EFGH and MNPQ are

We know that for two trapezoids to be congruent, the legs of the trapezoids needs to be congruent.

Also, for an isosceles trapezoid EF¯||HG¯ and EH¯FG¯

To determine

To Find:

Whether the given trapezoids are congruent.

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