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ASA, SAS or SSS Postulate? (see figure)
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|dw:1378625799034:dw|
anonymous
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What are the ASA, SAS or SSS ???? What is the question ?
anonymous
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ASA(Angle-side-angle) SAS (side-angle-side) SSS (side-side-side) uhm, you have to chose which postulate suits the drawing:)

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anonymous
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ohhh:( Can u draw again ??????????
anonymous
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It's SAS! Side angle side: |dw:1378626049525:dw|
anonymous
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1 and 2 --> side 3 --> angle
anonymous
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ok?
anonymous
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I can help, the letters in those theorems are in order; so how many congruent sides do you have?
anonymous
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@stupidinmath
anonymous
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@stupidinmath :Is the pic right ?
anonymous
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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.
anonymous
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|dw:1378626270664:dw|
anonymous
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See? You have two sides, and the angle in between!
anonymous
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|dw:1378626306684:dw| this is a better figure :)
anonymous
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Two sides, and the middle angle...SAS ok? And ADA would work the same way so look for that. Make sense?
anonymous
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@stupidinmath
anonymous
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ansewr....
anonymous
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Oh, alright. Thank you
anonymous
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@ⒶArchie☁✪ explain simply,so you understood?
anonymous
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Yes, you have all you need, you can use SAS and they are congruent! Good luck! [:
anonymous
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So, everytime the angle is between two sides, its SAS?
anonymous
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the angle has to be in between the sides, so be careful about that!
anonymous
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yes, that's it, not so bad huh?
anonymous
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you can see these figures to understand better: |dw:1378626530974:dw| |dw:1378626617848:dw|
anonymous
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if the figure is like this.. |dw:1378626575597:dw| is there any possible postulate? or none?
anonymous
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no there isn't!
anonymous
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oh thank you @PFEH.1999 :)
anonymous
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Nope, also I gotta run. Take care!
anonymous
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so its none
anonymous
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remember, the angle has to be in between the sides!
anonymous
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yep, thank you @ⒶArchie☁✪
anonymous
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your welcome! [:

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