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Which pair of triangles is congruent by ASA? Correct Help with getting the answer wil get a medal and I'll become your fan! :)

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thats Angle Angle

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in between therez a side, right ?
that becomes now Angle-Side-Angle
check ur options, BOTH triangles must have this order of Angle-Side-Angle, for them to be congruent by ASA
Ah, I see, so the answer looks as if it would be the 1st or 2nd choice because they both look alike. Now I need to figure out which one.
good guess, its one of those
in the first option, the side is not included between angles, its not Angle-Side-Angle. look again
think of it like, two angles are ur two eyes, and the side is ur nose
Oh! I now see it! The 2nd one is the answer because the side is included between the angles. I now understand it pretty well. Thank you! :)
thats right ! good work !

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