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anonymous

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Does anyone know the difference between AAS and SAS

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  1. anonymous
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    The first letter.

  2. anonymous
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    What do you mean by the first letter?

  3. anonymous
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    I was joking haha, sorry. I can't remember either of these abbreviations.

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    its okay

  5. anonymous
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    SAS means two sides and the angle between. SSS means all three sides ASA means one side and the angles on both ends of it AAS means (Right to left), a side, one angle on one end of the side, and another angle that is not connected to the side. AAA is all 3 angles . Copy and pasted from Yahoo! answers

  6. anonymous
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    s-a-s- side angle side If 2 sides and the angle in between those two sides are congruent to the other triangle's 2 sides and angle, then the two triangles are congruent a-s-a - angle side angle If 2 angles and the side in between those two angles are congruent to the other triangle's 2 angles and side, then the two triangles are congruent

  7. anonymous
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    oh okay thank you

  8. anonymous
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    http://www.mathvids.com/lesson/mathhelp/638-sss-sas-asa-aas-triangle-congruence

  9. anonymous
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    Sorry, I wrote for ASA instead of AAS as you asked. But that video should make it clear for you.

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    its okay don't worry about it

  11. anonymous
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Similarity_(geometry)#Similar_triangles

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