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Given: GK and JF intersect at point H and GFH KJH Which of the following theorems or postulates could be used to prove FGH ~ JKH? SSS AA ASA SAS

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  2. anonymous
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    They are not congruent. What do you want to prove?

  3. anonymous
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    those last 4 r a answer idk which one we never went over this

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    I want to know, exactly what you want to prove: congruency or similarity ?

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    oh hunny idk thats the question exactly the way it is.

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    prolly fgh and that one something

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