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In the figure below, the following is true: ABD congruent to CDB and DBC congruent to BDA. How can you justify that ABD congruent to CDB?

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  2. LukeBlueFive
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    Did you mean to ask why one of the givens is true?

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    no exactly what the question says

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    hint : BD = BD by reflexive property

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    these are the options SAS SSS ASA CPCTC

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    you need to figure out based on congruent sides and angles

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    ABD congruent to CDB do u understand this ?

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    ok

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    yes

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    Your only options are SAS SSS ASA CPCTC. I would say CPCTC. We are talking about congruent triangles the whole time. You could prove SSS, but since it is only talking about the triangles being congruent, the best answer would be CPCTC. Do you need more of an explanation because I'm not sure I can provide a good one, but I can try.

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