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@Concentrationalizing you got anything?

Is it option A?

aaaaaah.
Thanks anyway!

you can find out angle E for the right triangle by subtracting 90 plus 53 from 180

then you should have an option

not sure which postulate is correct but i know that triangles EHF and GEF are similar

similar traingles are the same shape - that is the corresponding angles are equal

So option B? I think that would make the most sense. Unless this is a trick question...

wait why option A????? I'm so lost!

S means equal sides - that is used for congruent ( exactly the same ) triangles . It must be A.

No - all we need do is prove that 2 angles are congruent.

A is a similarity postulate. I do think that it might be correct now it's making more sense.

I know it isnt an argument, I just want to make sure that no-one thinks it is :)

SSS must be 3 sides equal which shows that the triangles are congruent

welshfella is definitely making sense to me, I agree it must be A. Thank you so much!!!!!!

SAS and - 2 sides and the included angle - congruent triangles

the congruence of the angles implies the similarity of the triangles.

congruence and similarity is the same thing.

well pretty much anyway.

= thats why I think the AA postulate is the correct one.

the side GF in the large triangle is 50 by pythagoras

Yeah, I guess when you consider it from the larger triangle, AA makes a lot of sense.

i must admit I find this confusing and I wonder if they are really necessary..

yes - could be

i need to turn in now - its been interesting talking to you.
Good luck!

yes

Alright, thanks for the conversation, much appreciated :)

* SAS and SSS postulates

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