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adajiamcneal
  • adajiamcneal
@theopenstudyowl :D help her please haha
theopenstudyowl
  • theopenstudyowl
ok one sec..
adajiamcneal
  • adajiamcneal
thank you lol

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jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
there is no SSA Theorem for similarity
theopenstudyowl
  • theopenstudyowl
@jim_thompson5910 is better at this particular thing, I walways get them confused...
jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
the same can be said for congruence as well
theopenstudyowl
  • theopenstudyowl
http://math.tutornext.com/geometry/triangle-theorems.html
theopenstudyowl
  • theopenstudyowl
the website has some good distinctions between all of them
ayyookyndall
  • ayyookyndall
Okay, Im confused... This triangle has different measurements.
theopenstudyowl
  • theopenstudyowl
one sec
ayyookyndall
  • ayyookyndall
@jim_thompson5910 is this a Postulate?
jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
If you look on that page, you'll find the SSS similarity theorem. That's the theorem you use to prove the triangles are congruent.
ayyookyndall
  • ayyookyndall
So it is D? @jim_thompson5910
jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
correct
rissyroo118
  • rissyroo118
A) AA

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