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samanthastephens702

  • 3 years ago

I need help recognizing postulates. What is the difference between side-angle-angle, side-side-side, angle-angle-angle, and angle-angle? :( I'm not very good at this.

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  1. Grazes
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    There is no AAA-AAA

  2. Grazes
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    And they are as their name implies. SAS=SAS, side,then angle, then side congruent ASA=ASA Angle, Side, Angle, are congruent to ASA on another triangle and etc.

  3. samanthastephens702
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    would this be ASA then?

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  4. Grazes
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    Yep

  5. samanthastephens702
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    thank you

  6. Grazes
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    Wait no

  7. samanthastephens702
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    that isnt an answer lol

  8. Grazes
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    I thought the 2 arrows were an indication of congruence. It should be AA~AA

  9. samanthastephens702
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    so its angle-angle?

  10. Grazes
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    mhmm. You only have 2 angles as congruent and no other info. So yeah...

  11. samanthastephens702
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    hmm okay . im still a little confused on this

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