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Can anyone tell me if this proof is SAS??? PLEASE!
refer to the reasons of (2) and (3): angle bisector (that mean 2 As) refer to reason (4), clearly it's referring to a side (S) that means it's either SAA, ASA or AAS.
refer to the choices, AAS
I thought it was ASA but I got that wrong
there is no choice for ASA lol
a much better way would be drawing them out
oh you provided the diagram
Im leaning towards SAS but this stuff is so confussing as soon as i think I get it I figure out im clueless
oh maybe in his mind AAS is just the same as ASA. (interchangeable i think) NB: JUST I THINK
I didn't learn about AAS or SSS is AAS the same as ASA?
i really don't know sorry
It's ok thanks for trying
I think SAS defined is angles that are congruent are formed by the corresponding sides of the triangle that are congruent.
@SnuggieLad @Cupcakescankill any ideas?
Okay don't quote me but I did geometry last year and I THINK it is SAS. Especially since there are lines on the sides of the triangle to show congruency. My backing comes from: http://www.mathwarehouse.com/geometry/congruent_triangles/side-angle-side-postulate.php
is something wrong with open study again? can't fan or give medals today. :/
Yup, everything is red :P. Its fine though I don't need a medal I'm not sure if that's the right answer.
oh yes sorry above is right
i'm so bad at geometry :/
why is geometry harder than algebra i thought this stuff was going to get easier my brain doesn't work like this :P