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Assume that ABC ~ PQR. Which of the following congruence statements are correct? [Check all that apply.] (Picture below.)

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It's okay to have more than one answer, right?
Yes! You have to "check all that apply" so it's more than one answer.

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B, C and E =) Do you know how to check?
Yeah, I just finished drawing the triangle on a paper haha, that helps a lot. Thanks so much.
Yes, I was just going to say, no need to draw the triangles! Let me show you how: Since ABC is congruent to PQR What is in the same "position" as A in the other triangle P, right? See: |dw:1352482179944:dw| so they are definitely congruent! let's see segments, What's in the same position as AB in the other triangle?
( and the arrow is suppose to be at P )
Yees! I just figured that out! It's like subtracting in a sentence such as 28-34. You would subtract the 2 from 3 and the 8 from the 4.
You know, subtracting without putting the numbers below them. Like, 28 34=
That's cool =) Didn't know that!

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