# Identifying And Naming Congruent Triangles Calculator

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**Identifying and naming congruent triangles calculator**.
(imagine if they were not color coded!).
In this game, students will practice classifying triangles as as acute, right, or obtuse by dragging and dropping different figures in the correct basket in less than two minutes.
The types of triangles classified by their sides are the following:

The three angles of a triangle add to 180° A triangle with all three sides. A triangle with at least two congruent sides equilateral […]

In the simple case below, the two triangles pqr and lmn are congruent because every corresponding side has the same length, and every corresponding angle has the same measure. A collection of congruent triangles worksheets on key concepts like congruent parts of congruent triangles, congruence statement, identifying the postulates, congruence in right triangles and a lot more is featured here for the exclusive use of 8th grade and high school students. The objective is to make as many triangles as possible, by drawing lines from one dot to another.

5 congruent triangles 5.1 angles of triangles 5.2 congruent polygons 5.3 proving triangle congruence by sas 5.4 equilateral and isosceles triangles 5.5 proving triangle congruence by sss 5.6 proving triangle congruence by asa and aas 5.7 using congruent triangles 5.8 coordinate proofs barn (p. Angle of 'a' = angle of 'g' angle of 'b' = angle of 'h' angel of 'c' = angle of 'e' angle of 'd' = angle of 'f'. The answer key is automatically generated and is placed on the second page of the file.

The following are triangle classifications based on sides: Each worksheet is randomly generated and thus unique. Two figures are congruent if they are the:

Use the triangle congruence criteria sss, sas, asa, and aas to determine that two triangles are congruent. State what additional information is required in order to know that the triangles are congruent for the reason given. A line may not cross other lines or touch other dots than the two that it's connected to.