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SOJA

  • 2 years ago

Now would this be considered AAS?

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  1. SOJA
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    |dw:1347492085612:dw|

  2. LeeYeongKyu
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    we call this rhs

  3. LeeYeongKyu
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    becaus it is concerned with 90 degree

  4. SOJA
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    my choices are AAS, SAS, SSS, or insufficient informationt to prove congruence.

  5. Lime
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    The Angle Angle Side postulate (often abbreviated as AAS) states that if two angles and the non-included side one triangle are congruent to two angles and the non-included angle of another triangle, then these two triangles are congruent. In other words, yes.

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    thank you.

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