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given the diagram below micheal writes triangle abc is congruent to triangle cda. which of the following reasons allows him to write this statement.

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    @nincompoop @ben815 @mathstudent55

  2. anonymous
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    |dw:1438644333229:dw|

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    There is not enough information to make the claim using the given diagram alone. |dw:1438644500407:dw|

  6. anonymous
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    on the other side it says c and d

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    |dw:1438644569895:dw|

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    We cannot make the claim without knowing any of the dimensions or properties of the sides or angles.

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    a angle addiction postulate b sss property c corresponding parts of congruent polygons theorem d symmetric property

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    I am not looking for choice of answers. There is simply (almost) no information to make any claim of congruence.

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    I suggest you check the diagram for missing information. This is what you currently provide: |dw:1438645020244:dw|

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