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What are the ASA, SAS or SSS ???? What is the question ?
ASA(Angle-side-angle) SAS (side-angle-side) SSS (side-side-side) uhm, you have to chose which postulate suits the drawing:)
ohhh:( Can u draw again ??????????
It's SAS! Side angle side: |dw:1378626049525:dw|
1 and 2 --> side 3 --> angle
I can help, the letters in those theorems are in order; so how many congruent sides do you have?
@stupidinmath :Is the pic right ?
ASA means angle-side-angle, in that oder. So you need two angles, and the side in between those two angles being congruent. Similarly, SAS means side-angle-side, in that order. You have two sides and the angle in between being congruent.
See? You have two sides, and the angle in between!
|dw:1378626306684:dw| this is a better figure :)
Two sides, and the middle angle...SAS ok? And ADA would work the same way so look for that. Make sense?
Oh, alright. Thank you
@ⒶArchie☁✪ explain simply,so you understood?
Yes, you have all you need, you can use SAS and they are congruent! Good luck! [:
So, everytime the angle is between two sides, its SAS?
the angle has to be in between the sides, so be careful about that!
yes, that's it, not so bad huh?
you can see these figures to understand better: |dw:1378626530974:dw| |dw:1378626617848:dw|
if the figure is like this.. |dw:1378626575597:dw| is there any possible postulate? or none?
no there isn't!
oh thank you @PFEH.1999 :)
Nope, also I gotta run. Take care!
so its none
remember, the angle has to be in between the sides!
yep, thank you @ⒶArchie☁✪
your welcome! [: