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The figure below shows two congruent triangles having Segment AC is congruent to segment DF ,Segment AB is congruent to segment DE , and Measure of angle BAC is congruent to the measure of angle EDF Two triangles ABC and DEF are shown. AB = DE, AC = DF, and angle BAC = angle EDF Which relationship is true? m∠ABC > m∠DEF m∠ACB = m∠DEF length of segment BC is congruent to the length of segment EF the length of segment BC is less than the length of segment EF

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    HELP!!!

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    Both of the triangles are congruent so ABC cannot be greater than DEF. BC cant be less than EF either. ABC is also not congruent to DEF. So, BC is congruent to EF. The answer is the 3rd one.

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