AABD=ACD? Use two different rules to prove 10. Given a square WXYZ, draw diagonal XZ. Show that the two triangles so formed are co

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AABD=ACD? Use two different rules to prove
10. Given a square WXYZ, draw diagonal XZ. Show that the two triangles so
formed are congruent, citing appropriate reasons.
onuent by using two different rules.
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    2021-10-15T15:24:45+00:00

    Answer:

    Let ABCD be a square and line AC be its diagonal. We know, in a square all the sides are equal and all the angles are right angled.

    So, in ABC and ACD,

    AB=CD

    angle ABC =angle ADC

    AD =BC

    So, by SAS congruency both the triangles are equal.

    Step-by-step explanation:

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