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Helppp please??? find the

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It's the AAS Postulate.
it cant be aas it asa? Cause aas is not an option the options are ASA Prostulate SSS Prostulate AAS Theorem SAS prostulate

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AAS is there.
Just a moment please. I believe that Theorem and Postulate is the same thing, but I want to be sure.
ohh okay that was just the options i was given lol ok ill wait :)
I found out the following: "A postulate is a statement that is assumed to be true without proof." "A theorem is a true statement that can be proven." I'm used to always hearing 'postulate' after the AAS, SAS, etc.
I think it is still AAS.
Thanks :D

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