The windows are 25 feet above the ground and the ladder is 28 feet long. how far away does the ladder have to be from the house so that it is at the bottom of the window

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< xcy ≅ < xby

step-by-step explanation:

in δcax and δbax,

ac ≅ ab (given)< cax ≅ < bax   (given)ax ≅ ax (common side)

so, δcax ≅ δbax (side-angle-side or sas)

since δcax ≅ δbax, we can conclude < acx ≅ < abx

in δacy and δaby,

ac ≅ ab (given)< cay ≅ < bay (since < cax ≅ < bax is given and xy is the extension of line ax)ay ≅ ay (common side)

so, δacy ≅ δaby (side-angle-side or sas)

since δacy ≅ δaby, we can conclude < acy ≅ < aby

now,

< acy ≅ < aby

=> < acx + < xcy ≅ < abx + < xby

=> < acx + < xcy ≅ < acx + < xby   (since < acx ≅ < abx already proved above)

subtracting < acx from both sides, we get

< acx + < xcy -< acx ≅ < acx + < xby -< acx

cancelling out < acx and -< acx from both sides, we get

< xcy ≅ < xby (proved)

Use a paragraph, flow chart, or two-column proof to prove the angle congruency. given: ∠cxy ≅ ∠bxy

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