Can someone explain SAS, ASA, SSS and all of these type things to me? Please and thank youuu <3
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umm I cant explain trhough a message sorry it took me a while to, it is omething that would need to be explained in person or through a LL
All the reading Ive done on them is still so confusing to me so I dont understand yet.
meanwhile, see if u can figure out how to figure out whether the two earrings are 'exactly same size' or not.
I'm learning about the same thing currently, and I got confused by the content they provided me as well. Here are some things I have learned so far:
SSS stands for Side-Side-Side.
SAS stands for Side-Angle-Side.
ASA stands for Angle-Side-Angle.
For SAS, we need to find the following:
a) 2 congruent corresponding sides
b) 2 congruent corresponding angles
c) 2 congruent corresponding sides
What about the others?
I haven't done any problems yet about the ASA, but I would think that they consist of the same concept(s). Just a moment please. I'm going to see if I can find something.
You should know about the symbol/sign that means a 90 degree angle. That can help you find one of the angles if a diagram has that. There should be some intersecting lines at times on certain diagrams; small tick marks. They can signify if two sides are congruent to one another. Do you understand?