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    @calculusfunctions can you able to help me with this?

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    Is it second one?

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    @Faman39 Congruent triangles are identical in shape and size. The order of the letters naming the vertices indicates the order in which the vertices, sides, and angles of one triangle correspond to the vertices, sides and angles of the other triangle. If ΔEDR ≅ ΔYAP, then ∠E = ∠Y ED = YA ∠D = ∠A and DR = AP ∠R = ∠P ER = YP Conditions for Congruence: i). ΔEDR ≅ ΔYAP if three pairs of corresponding sides are equal, such that ED = YA DR = AP ER = YP This is called side-side-side congruency or SSS≅ ii). ΔEDR ≅ ΔYAP if two pairs of corresponding sides and the angles contained between the sides are equal, such that ED = YA ∠D = ∠A DR = AP This is called side-angle-side congruency or SAS≅ iii). ΔEDR ≅ ΔYAP if two pairs of corresponding angles and the contained sides are equal, such that ∠D = ∠A DR = AP ∠R = ∠P This is called angle-side-angle congruency or ASA≅

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    Based on the lesson on congruent triangles, I just wrote for you @Faman39 now what do you think the correct response should be?

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    I think second one?

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    Did you read my lesson? What is your justification for that response?

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    I clearly said that congruent triangles are identical in shape and size.

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    Sorry i think, its last one?

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    Yes! it's the last one. Correct! Do you understand why? Are you able to now justify your choice?

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    I have to go now. If there's anything else, I'll be back in a few hours.

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    BYE!!

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    Thank you so soooooooo much !!!!

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    You explain very well :) thanks alot

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    Anytime! Thank you!

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    No, i should thank you :) you never should thank for anything, cuz u deserve more great words than this.

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