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consider triangle DEF and triangle JKL,with DE=JK,EF=KL,and<EDF= KJL. Two sides and a non-included angle of one triangle are congruent to two sides and a non-included angle of the other triangle.From your solution to part A,is it correct to conclude that triangle DEF must be congruent to triangle JKL?answer yes or no and explain your answer using complete sentences.
can u explain the question because i cant understand
Given two pairs of congruent segments and a pair of congruent angles opposite a pair of congruent segments.|dw:1355538753912:dw| can you conclude that the two sides are congruent?
can you conclude that the two TRIANGLES are congruent?
yes because if two angles of a triangle are congruent,then the sides opposite those angles are congruent
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i'll think first of how to say it correctly, coz im not good with words.
take ur time its alright
Let's begin with an isosceles triangle, and extending the base to one side.|dw:1355539972915:dw|
at the vertex, draw a segment to the extension of the base |dw:1355540028031:dw|
two triangles are formed satisfying the conditions|dw:1355540083358:dw||dw:1355540128449:dw|
you can construct your own explanation following the steps with illustration given above.