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  2. Yuki
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    when they say t.ABC =t.PQR the order of the letters are actually very important

  3. Yuki
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    it means that angle A = angle P angle B=angle Q angle C = angle R

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    so if you want to say which one has the same length all you have to do is match the letters. in my case AB = PQ AC = PR and BC = QR remember, the order of letters matter.

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    id say kn is the most obvious if they are the same size triangles

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