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HadynSierra

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What is needed to prove triangleBCA is congruent to triangleEFD by ASA (angle-side-angle) ? -AB is congruent to DE -triangleF is congruent to triangleC -BC is congruent to FE -triangleB is congruent to triangleE

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    m<C = m<F

  3. ash2326
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    to prove it to be congruent using ASA we observe from the figure that angle A is equal to angle D and side AC=FD now the other angle is C and F we need to prove that angle C = angle F i think second option should be angle not triangle

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    ya you're right , my bad .

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