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Which postulate can be used to prove that the triangles are congruent? A. SSS B. AAA C. AAS D. ASA

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    What do you think is the answer ? Any guesses ?

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    C) AAS

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    @katlin95 ok got it!!!lol

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    thnks:)

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    so its B right?

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    @mayankdevnani Stop providing direct answers -_-

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    i ment c ;p

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    @hba she did'nt ask how to solve???

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    @mayankdevnani As a rule of thumb, we would prefer the askers to participate in the solution process instead of having the answerers doing all the work. thats not really our concern; we are aimed at being a study site, not a free answering service. We would rather promote learning the material as opposed to just handing over answers. This social contract is aimed at curbing people from using the site to cheat with ...

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    where did u copy that from ??

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    @hartnn whom you are you asking??

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    there is no use asking you anything , mayank...i have told you many times not to give direct answers, even though the asker asks for it...but u never stop, do you ?

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    @mayankdevnani Can you tell me why the answer is AAS ?

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    I want to learn.

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    @hartnn Actually i have saved this as a note so I can use it to explain anyone who provides direct answers.

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    @mayankdevnani Please answer.

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    @hba because there are two angles simultaneously and one side is given..so two angles represented as AA and side as S.so it becomes AAS.. ok @hba and @katlin95

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    I don't understand,please explain using the diagram.

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    |dw:1353764787252:dw|

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    ok @hba

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    sorry..@hartnn from today i teach people..don't give direct answers....if they want direct answers then

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    @hartnn

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    Is ASA=SAS ?

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    ASA because side is between two angles.

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    @hba

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    Ok good.Hope you explain next time :)

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    thnx....

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