In a coordinate plane, 2 triangles are represented. Triangle ABC has points (4.4 minus), (4.1 minus) and (0.1). Triangle WRS has points (0, minus 1), (1.75, 1.5), (5, minus 1). In the diagram, △ABC ≅ △WRS. What is the scope of △WRS? 10 pieces 11 pieces 12 pieces 13 pieces
Walkthrough (C)12 units: Triangle WRS has points W(0, -1), R(1.75, 1.5), and S(5, -1). WRS triangle perimeter
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The third option is correct. Step by step explanation: As we have shown that △ABC ≅ △WRS So the perimeter of △ABC is given by AB+BC+CA here, AB = 3 units BC = 4 units AC = x By the Pythagorean theorem, we get that Then the perimeter of △ABC is 3+4+5=12 units So the perimeter of △WRS is also 12 units because they are similar triangles. So the third option is correct.
The answer is 12 Walkthrough:
The correct answer is 12 units (in edgenuity)
The correct answer in e2020 is C. 12 units
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