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    Use the figure below to answer the question that follows: Intersecting triangles ACE and BDF. They intersect at points G, H, I, and J. What must be given to prove that ΔBJI ~ ΔCJG? segment BH is congruent to segment CH and segment BG is congruent to segment CI ∠BIJ ≅ ∠CGJ and ∠JBI ≅ ∠JIB segment BI is congruent to segment CG and segment JI is congruent to segment JG ∠BIJ ≅ ∠CGJ and ∠BJI ≅ ∠CJG

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