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Can someone help me with this? Which triangles are congruent by ASA

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is it C?
It's not the triangle in the middle for sure.

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oh pellet.
The tick mark symbols represent that certain sides are congruent to one another. the semi-circle represents certain angles are congruent to one another.
It's triangle AB and triangle TUV. Those are congruent by the ASA Postulate.
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It's triangles VTU and ABC. That is the correct answer. They were trying to trick you by placing the letters in the wrong order.
Notice how V corresponds with A, T has the double semi-circles; same as B, etc.
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Okay, good. ^^ I didn't want you to put down the wrong answer. Thank you for the medal! :) Do you think you could see if you could help me with a problem real quick?
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