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    I'm gonna go with answer choice 3.....T,D are congruent and U,E are congruent anyne correct me if I'm wrong

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    You're gonna have to show that, though. Why deviate from the given? F and V are both given to be right angles :P

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    you must have three angles equal. it's already given that two of the angles are \(90^{\circ}\). given that information, you can say that the third angle is \(180-(35 + 90)\). we have three angles equal, hence the fulfillment of AAA similarity postulate.

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    You don't need three angles, dmezz :) Two would suffice. If two triangles have two pairs of congruent angles, then it would imply that their third angles are congruent too :)

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    now im confusesd ._.

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    Anyway, you're just asked to point out two pairs of angles that are congruent, right?

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  8. Megan_xoxo
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    correct

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    T and D are already shown to be congruent.

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  10. Megan_xoxo
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    Would it be the answer number 4?

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  11. terenzreignz
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    Yeah :) Say you know nothing, except what the picture shows you. It shows you that T and D are congruent. It also shows that both V and F are right angles (because of the square indicator) Therefore, since all right angles are congruent, V and F are congruent :0

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    Thanks! :)

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    No problem :)

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