Wimsicle
In the figure below, which theorem or postulate can you use to prove triangle ADM is congruent to triangle ZMD?
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Wimsicle
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Choices:
A. ASA
B. SSS
C. SAS
D. AAS
abdul_shabeer
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What do you think is the answer?
abdul_shabeer
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Do you know what ASA, SAS ... stand for?
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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..
sirm3d
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hmm. the third parts that are identical are the parts common to the triangles. know that parts?
mayankdevnani
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option c SAS
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because AM=ZD(GIVEN)
angleM=angleD(GIVEN)
MD=MD(COMMON)
mayankdevnani
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ok @Wimsicle
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you're right @mayankdevnani
Wimsicle
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Oh... Thank you!
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welcome