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HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    The figure above shows the stage of the proof you are at before you complete it. You have segments AD and CD are congruent, and angles ADB and CDB are right angles.

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    How can you prove two triangles are congruent? What pairs of corresponding parts do you need to show to prove the triangles congruent?

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    I thought you needed help.

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