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hebwwb

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Look at the two pieces of sandwich. Triangle ABC has length of side AC equal to 5 cm, length of side BC equal to 6 cm, and the included angle ACB equal to 60 degrees. Triangle DEF has length of side EF equal to 5 cm, length of side ED equal to 6 cm, and the included angle DEF equal to 55 degrees. Which statement is true? The measure of angle EDF is equal to the measure of angle DFE. The side AB is equal in length to the side DF. The measure of angle BAC is less than the measure of angle ABC. The side AB is longer than the side DF.

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  1. hebwwb
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  2. technopanda13
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    ill try to help sorry truly i was going to make a sexiest joke but that would be rude :)

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  4. zepdrix
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    Hmm triangles have always been a little tricky for me :P None of these really jump out at me except the last one, think about the last one a second. See how AB is opposite the 60 degree angle? DF is opposite the 55 degree angle. And they have the same side lengths. Hmmmmm.

  5. marcjacob
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    it would have to be tiangle acb instead of def because 6x5 =30 and 30x2=60, while def can't be multiplied by 55 so there you go ! i hope i was of help add as a friend :)

  6. akitav
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