Triangle R Q S is cut by line segment T U. Line segment T U goes from side Q R


Triangle R Q S is cut by line segment T U. Line segment T U goes from side Q R to side Q S. The length of Q T is 32, the length of T R is 36, the length of Q U is 40, and the length of U S is 45. Use the converse of the side-splitter theorem to determine if T R is parallel to R S. Which statement is true? Line segment TU is parallel to line segment RS because StartFraction 32 Over 36 EndFraction = StartFraction 40 Over 45 EndFraction. Line segment TU is not parallel to line segment RS because StartFraction 32 Over 36 EndFraction not-equals StartFraction 40 Over 45 EndFraction. Line segment TU is parallel to line segment RS because StartFraction 32 Over 45 EndFraction = StartFraction 40 Over 36 EndFraction. Line segment TU is not parallel to line segment RS because StartFraction 32 Over 45 EndFraction not-equals StartFraction 40 Over 36 EndFraction.


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