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Publisher: Cengage,

ISBN: 9781337614085

Chapter 8.1, Problem 1E

Textbook Problem

Suppose that two triangles have equal areas. Are the triangles congruent? Why or why not? Are two squares with equal areas necessarily congruent? Why or why not?

Elementary Geometry For College Students, 7e

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If AB=12 in., find the...Ch. 8.5 - A triangle has sides of lengths 6 cm, 8 cm and 10...Ch. 8.CR - For the Review Exercises, give an exact answer...Ch. 8.CR - For the Review Exercises, give an exact answer...Ch. 8.CR - For the Review Exercises, give an exact answer...Ch. 8.CR - In Review Exercises 4 to 5, drawABC , if...Ch. 8.CR - In Review Exercises 4 to 5, drawABC , if...Ch. 8.CR - Given: Trapezoid ABCD, with...Ch. 8.CR - Given: Trapezoid ABCD, with AB=6andBC=8,ABCD Find:...Ch. 8.CR - Find the area and the perimeter of a rhombus whose...Ch. 8.CR - Tom Morrow wants to buy some fertilizer for his...Ch. 8.CR - Alices mother wants to wallpaper two adjacent...Ch. 8.CR - Given: Isosceles trapezoid ABCD Equilateral FBC...Ch. 8.CR - Given: Kite ABCD withAB=10BC=17,andBD=16 Find:...Ch. 8.CR - One side of a rectangle is 2 cm longer than a...Ch. 8.CR - One side of a triangle is 10 cm longer than a...Ch. 8.CR - Find the area of ABD as shown.Ch. 8.CR - Find the area of an equilateral triangle if each...Ch. 8.CR - If AC is a diameter of O, find the area of the...Ch. 8.CR - For a regular pentagon, find the measure of each:...Ch. 8.CR - Find the area of a regular hexagon, each of whose...Ch. 8.CR - The area of an equilateral triangle is 1083in2. 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