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A B C S P Q R AB BC RS ෆ ෆХෆ ෆ and P ෆQ ෆХෆ ෆ From the definition of congruent segments, we can also say AB ϭ BC and PQ ϭ RS. Example 1 Use the number line to determine whether the statement is true or false. Explain your reasoning. DF ෆ ෆ is congruent to E ෆG ෆ. D E Ϫ8 Ϫ7 Ϫ6 Ϫ5 Ϫ4 Ϫ3 Ϫ2 Ϫ1 Because DF ϭ 8 and EG ϭ 7, DF and the statement is false. Read E FH ෆG ෆХෆ ෆ as segment EG is congruent to segment FH. F 0 1 G 2 3 4 H 5 6 7 8 EG. So, ෆ DF ෆ is not congruent to E ෆG ෆ, Your Turn FH a. Is the statement E ෆG ෆХෆ ෆ true or false?
Which of the following expresses the prime factorization of 54? 4 ϫ 10 7. If 8 and 12 are each factors of K, what is the value of K? (Algebra Review) B A 6 24 C D 8 96 E It cannot be determined from the information given. 8. A rectangle has a perimeter of 38 feet and an area of 48 square feet. What are the dimensions of the rectangle? (Lesson 1–6) B A 4 ft ϫ 12 ft 6 ft ϫ 8 ft C D 16 ft ϫ 3 ft 24 ft ϫ 2 ft Grid In 9. Dr. Cronheim has 379 milliliters of solution to use for a class experiment. She divides the solution evenly among the 24 students.
4. TM ϭ 21, MH ϭ 37, TH ϭ16 5. XZ ϭ 36, YZ ϭ 17, XY ϭ 19 Refer to the line for Exercises 6–7. A B C D 6. If AB ϭ 23 and AD ϭ 51, find BD. 7. If CD ϭ 19 and AC ϭ 38, find AD. Example 3 Find the length of each segment in centimeters and in inches. 8. Example 2 Exercises Practice 9. 10. Travel Emilio drives on Route 40 from Little Rock to Nashville. He stops in Memphis for lunch. The distance from Little Rock to Memphis is 139 miles, and the distance from Little Rock to Nashville is 359 miles. How far does Emilio need to travel after lunch to reach Nashville?