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Please help!!!! There are two pictures with the question on it! Here are the possible answers: A. Definition of congruent angles B. SSS C. SAS D. none of the above

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@ash2326 yes and I got really stuck on this question

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@ash2326 I am not taking a test I am preparing to take a test
@ash2326 sorry I misunderstood your question. Could you please help me still?
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@thank you!
AF=DE AC= BD so we have two pair of congruent sides and the congruent angle is between the two sides. Do you agree with this?
yes, I agree
so it should be SAS
@ash2326 Thank you! I thought it was Definition of congruent triangles. I'm having a lot of trouble in understanding how to make proofs.
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@ash2326 once again sorry for the misunderstanding at the beginning.
You should study some examples for proofs. That will make things easier :) and No worries @Bellatrix

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