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In the figure below, which theorem or postulate can you use to prove triangle ADM is congruent to triangle ZMD? (picture below)

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Choices: A. ASA B. SSS C. SAS D. AAS
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Yes, Angle-Side-Angle, and Side-Angle-Side. I think it's D... but I'm unsure that's it. I can see the 90 degree angles made by "M" and "D", and the two outer sides are the same... Hmm..
hmm. the third parts that are identical are the parts common to the triangles. know that parts?
option c SAS
because AM=ZD(GIVEN) angleM=angleD(GIVEN) MD=MD(COMMON)
you're right @mayankdevnani
Oh... Thank you!
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