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ABCD is a rhombus. Given only the choices below, which properties would you use to prove AEB ≅ DEC by SAS? The diagonals are ⊥ to each other. The diagonals bisect each other. Opposite sides are | |. All sides are congruent.

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when diagonals bisect each other, u will have 2 corresponding sides equal (S,S of SAS)[for A, use vertical angles ]
SAS congruence postulate. Vertical angles theorem

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so all the statements are right
u'll use the 2nd one for proving the triangles congruent
so all sides arent congruent
yes, they are congruent, but that info is not useful to prove triangles congruent by sas test

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