HELP ASAP WILL MARK BRAINLIEST Given: ⎺WJ = ⎺KZ. ∠W and ∠K are right angles. Prove: △JWZ = △ZKJ

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WILL MARK BRAINLIEST
Given: ⎺WJ = ⎺KZ. ∠W and ∠K are right angles. Prove: △JWZ = △ZKJ

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Evelyn 16 mins 2021-10-13T04:31:23+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-10-13T04:33:08+00:00

    Answer:

    The two triangles are congruent by HL postulate.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given:

    The two triangles Δ JWZ and Δ ZKJ are right angled triangles.

    Angles W and K are right angles, therefore by definition of right angles they are equal to 90 degrees.

    \angle W=\angle K=90\°

    WZ = KZ [Given]

    JZ = JZ [Reflexive property of sides]

    JZ is the hypotenuse of both the triangles.

    WZ and KZ are the legs.

    So, the two right angled triangles are congruent by HL postulate. ‘H’ means Hypotenuse and ‘L’ means Leg.

    Therefore, the two triangles  Δ JWZ and Δ ZKJ  are congruent. Hence it is proved.

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