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Application of congruence and similarity

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    I think it's D :) Am I correct ?

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    similar means both triangles have congruent angles I am not sure what they are thinking, but I would go with angle E is congruent to itself but I would not bet the farm on this.

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    why wouldnt it be D ? :)

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    This one is too vague for me. The steps to show the triangles are similar is to 1) show both contain a 90 degree angle (they do) 2) show they both have a second angle that is equal (angle E) 3) if 2 angles are equal, so is the 3rd (they must add up to 180) But what their choices A to D have to do with that logic is beyond me. I cannot read their teeny minds on this one.

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    ok ill put B LOL thanks

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