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6.2 Exploring Congruence Congruent polygons (p. 285 )- two polygons for which each part (angle or side) of one is congruent to the corresponding part of the other. Corresponding part (p. 285)- an angle or side of one polygon that is in the same position as an angle or side of another polygon of a similar shape (In congruent polygons, the corresponding parts are congruent.). Corresponding parts of congruent polygons Two polygons are congruent if and only if all pairs of corresponding parts (angles and sides) are congruent. When
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Unformatted text preview: identifying two congruent polygons, write the vertices of one polygon in the same order as the corresponding vertices of the other polygon. You may find it helpful to determine whether one polygon is the image of the other under a reflection, a rotation, or a translation. (See Section 1.2 for a review of these transformations.) Think and Communicate (page 286) 1.) 2.) 3.) Exploration Activity (page 287) 1.) 2.) 3.) 5.) Think and Communicate (page 286) 5.) 5a.) 5b.) Checking Key Concepts (page 288) 1.) 2.) 3a. 3b....
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