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  1. FLVSKidd
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  2. marihelenh
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    It would be B, 160 units because of the SAS postulate.

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    |dw:1436745623991:dw| The Side-Angle-Side postulate allows that the triangles are congruent, so AC would be 160 units.

  4. FLVSKidd
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    The sss sas postulate stuff confuses me. Could you clear it up? I know im asking for a lot.

  5. FLVSKidd
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    I get this question but other ones arent as easy maybe i can find one.

  6. marihelenh
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    Ok, try and find one and I will see if I can help. That might be an easier way to try and explain.

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    They are similar triangles, but not congruent triangles. |dw:1436746387449:dw|

  9. FLVSKidd
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    One second I think I've got this.

  10. marihelenh
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    Ok, I really hope you do, because I honestly am not 100% positive on how to do it. I only know the set up of the similar triangles. The Area is throwing me off.

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