∆ABC has vertices at A(11, 6), B(5, 6), and C(5, 17). ∆XYZ has vertices at X(-10, 5), Y(-12, -2), and Z(-4,

∆ABC has vertices at A(11, 6), B(5, 6), and C(5, 17).

∆XYZ has vertices at X(-10, 5), Y(-12, -2), and Z(-4, 15).
∆MNO has vertices at M(-9, -4), N(-3, -4), and O(-3, -15).
∆JKL has vertices at J(17, -2), K(12, -2), and L(12, 7).
∆PQR has vertices at P(12, 3), Q(12, -2), and R(3, -2).
can be shown to be congruent by a sequence of reflections and translations.
can be shown to be congruent by a single rotation.


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