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Chloe notices that segment ST and segment VW are congruent in the image below:
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Which step could help her determine if ΔSTU ≅ ΔVWX by SAS?
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@Vocaloid

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anonymous
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segment TU ≅ segment WV segment US ≅ segment XV ∠U ≅ ∠W ∠S ≅ ∠X
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@zzr0ck3r
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Also stuck on this question: Side GH = 3, side IG = 5, side JK = 3, and side LJ = 5. What side corresponds to side HI and can be used to show that ΔGHI ≅ ΔJKL by SSS? (Enter your answer using letters only)
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@geerky42
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Leaning towards A for the first one
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In a quadrilateral ABCD, the diagonals intersect at point T. Byron has used the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem to show that angle DAC is congruent to angle BCA and that angle BAC is congruent to DCA. Which of the following can Thomas use prove that side AD is equal to side BC? AC ≅ AC AC ≅ DB DB ≅ DB TB ≅ TD
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@phi
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@Vocaloid
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@surjithayer
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Anyone help?
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@Mehek14

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