Zach Wagner

  • why do i need to know if two figures are congruent?

  • construction- you can use congruent figures in construction a lot, for example. If you are

  • building a bridge you would use congruent triangles to keep the bridge stable and strong, or

  • if you are building something the two opposite sides have to be congruent or it will be lop-sided.

  • machinists need to know this because they often make specialized parts or one-of-a-kind items for companies sthat produce everytlhing from carts to computers.

  • zach wagner p. 5



7 Responses to “Zach Wagner”

  1. Spencer Elliott Says:

    These are also things I always think about when i think about using geometrty in real life.

  2. christian myers Says:

    I never would have thought you would need to know two sides congruent to make it stable!!!!

  3. Anna Allberry Says:

    Construction is always used with geometry, so it doesn’t surprise me that that was on there. Buildings do need to have congruent figures.

  4. Emma Lee Says:

    This all makes sense to me. The machinists thing was kind of new though.

  5. Luke Volz Says:

    A lot of geometry is used in this kind of thing. Construction uses a lot of geometry. It makes a lot of sense and it is pretty interesting.

  6. Abby Hess Says:

    Construction is a good example of real life geometry. Zach’s real life example shows a specific part that we see everyday. It makes you see the little things all around that are related to geometry.

  7. lydia lusk Says:

    Great job

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