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B and C: SAS A and B: SAS B and C: SSS A and B: SSS
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mathstudent55Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
In triangles B and C, you have two sides of one triangle congruent to two sides of the other triangle and the included angle of one triangle congruent to the included angle of the other triangle. That makes the triangles congruent by SAS.
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so the first one is the right answer?
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can u put that in simplifer words so i can understand that
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so basically they the triangles congruent because they are the same size?
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B AND C. If you turn c around, they fit perfectly.
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