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this is hard for me sorry
@dan815 help me yeah?
im having such a hard time figuring this out
okay, in figure A it should be Triangle ABE congruent to Triangle DEC by SSS ( you can look at the figure since you didn't need to say how it prove)
the figure B, it's Triangle ACD congruent to triangle BCD by SAS because well, angle A and B equal to each other, plus, if you said Triangle CAD congruent to Triange CBD, to me it more of SSS and both share angle C and segment CD, which not make sense since you trying to prove it SAS.
for figure C, triangle ADE congruent to Triangle CED by SAS, why? cuz they both share segment DE and angle ADE congruent to angle CED.
I could explain more about figure C if you still don't understand why it congruent :) In this type of exercise, you just need to look at the figure carefully :) no need to know how to prove it yet, since every information already given to you in the figure :)
for the triangle ABC with BD is the bisector, you can :
Since D is the mid point and both triangle ABD and BDC have AB = bc and both share segments BD => Triangle ABD and triangle BDC congruent by SSS :) you can also use SAS too :) cuz they both share B and D, so either way would work.