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# When two triangles say ABC and PQR are given, there are, in all, six possible matchings or correspondences. Two of them are

1.   When two triangles, say ABC and PQR are given, there are, in all, six possible matchings or correspondences. Two of them are:

$(i) ABC\leftrightarrow PQR$ and $(ii) ABC\leftrightarrow QRP$

Find the other four correspondences by using two cutouts of triangles. Will all these correspondences lead to congruence? Think about it.

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the other four correspondences by using two cutouts of triangles are :

$(i) ABC\leftrightarrow RPQ$

$(ii) BCA\leftrightarrow PQR$

$(iii) CAB\leftrightarrow PQR$

$(iv) CBA \leftrightarrow PQR$

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