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Trexy

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  1. Trexy
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    ASA?

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    @Callisto @Calcmathlete @sritama

  3. sritama
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    SAS, ASA both of them.

  4. Callisto
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    Please give reason to your choice.

  5. Callisto
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    @Trexy

  6. Trexy
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    wait me.. ok.. I said its ASA because|dw:1343019548584:dw|

  7. sritama
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    RT is perpendicular to QS..so, ,<RTQ=<RTS=90 degree.. <Q=<S, RT is the common side..it is for asa

  8. Trexy
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    thank you

  9. Trexy
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    understand little bit :)

  10. sritama
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    but,if it is not said that whether RT is perpendicular to QS, better to go for sas

  11. sritama
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    |dw:1343019738889:dw|

  12. Trexy
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    *A.S.S

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    |dw:1343019841179:dw|

  14. sritama
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    i didn't get your question @Trexy

  15. Trexy
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    nvm.. lol

  16. Trexy
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    wait.. which one is the best SAS or ASA?

  17. sritama
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    SAS

  18. niravshah08
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    SAS S = common side A = given angle S = issoceles triangle theorem (sides opposite to congruent angles are congruet)

  19. Trexy
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    thank you thats explain better

  20. Trexy
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    and also this is AAA or AAS.. im debating?

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    AAA my bad, coz if 2 angles are equal the third should be equal

  22. Callisto
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    Please start a new post for a new question. Thanks.

  23. Trexy
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    sorry..

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