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Sheradon.burkett

  • 2 years ago

HELPPPP PLEASE! Given that line BD is congruent to line CA, and AB is congruent to line DC, which theorem or postulate proves triangle ACD is congruent to triangle DBA? ****I have attached a drawing at the bottom with extra information.***

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  1. Sheradon.burkett
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  2. abe.hassan2
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    most likely it's SSS, since you have two pairs of sides congruent. then the last one has to be congruent or else the rest of the triangle is not.

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    thank you so much :D

  4. abe.hassan2
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    de Nada Sheradon!

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