Proofs Geometry Congruence Proofs Questions Question #00f1a Segment AB contains points A, X, Y, and B. X is the midpoint of segment AY, and Y is the midpoint of segment XB. How would you prove that segment AX is congruent to segment YB? What is a conjecture in geometry? How would I prove that triangle APK is congruent to triangle RPK? Given: segment PS is congruent to segment QR; measure of angle PSR = measure of angle RQP = 90 Prove (using two-column proof): segment PQ is congruent to segment RS? Given: Rectangle ABCD Prove: diagonal AC is congruent to diagonal BD? How do you do two-column geometrical proofs? What are geometry proofs? How would you break geometry proofs down into the necessary steps? What is a good way to understand geometry proofs? What is the way to write geometry proofs? What jobs use geometry proofs? Why are geometric proofs important? What is the length of HN¯¯¯¯¯¯ ? segment A N with point H between A and N. congruency markings on segment A H and segment H N. segment A N is labeled as being 38 units long Determine whether the following argument is valid or invalid? Argument: If a number is divisible by 2, then it is even. The number 4 is divisible by 2. Therefore, the number 4 is even. A conjecture and the flowchart proof used to prove the conjecture are shown. Match the expression or phrase to each box to complete the proof? A conjecture and the two-column proof used to prove the conjecture are shown. Match each expression or phrase to the appropriate statement or reason? Which statement about the following argument is true? If an animal is a koala, then it is a marsupial. If an animal is a marsupial, then it carries its young in a pouch. Therefore, if an animal is a koala, then it carries its young in a pouch. Name the property that justifies the statement? If AB = BC and BC = CD, then AB = CD. A conjecture and the two-column proof used to prove the conjecture are shown. Match the expression or phrase to each statement or reason to complete the proof? What is the missing reason in the proof? What are the missing parts that correctly complete the proof? Question #0e494 Question #3ccba I am having trouble solving this Hinge Theorem Geometry proof. I understand the Hinge Theorem, but how is m<1 congruent to m<2? Congruence View all chapters Transformations and Congruence Triangle Congruence Theorems concerning Triangle Properties Theorems concerning Quadrilateral Properties Proofs Prev