1. ## Triangle Problem

ABC and PQR are both triangles. Is the area of triangle ABC greater than the area of triangle PQR?

1.Sides AB=PQ, BC=QR, and AC= pr
2. Angles A=P, B=Q, and C=R

A. Together the statements are sufficient, but alone neither statement is sufficient
B. Together the statements are not sufficient
C. Both statements are sufficient alone
D. Statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient
E. Statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient  Reply With Quote

2. .Sides AB=PQ, BC=QR, and AC=Princeton Review ??? Can you please post the correct question?  Reply With Quote

3. Originally Posted by sandeep_chads .Sides AB=PQ, BC=QR, and AC=Princeton Review ??? Can you please post the correct question?
I have posted the question correctly but there is some problem in the forum what is why it is showing Princeton Review instead of P R.  Reply With Quote

4. Lolz, this is a funny one Using 1
If the 3 sides of a triangle are equal, then by SSS (side,side,side) the 2 triangles are congruent
we do not need to know much about the angles

Using 2
If the 3 angles have the same angle, then by AAA (angle, angle, angle) the 2 triangles are similar, but the area may be different  Reply With Quote