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Two similar triangles are shown below: Two triangles are shown. The sides of the triangle on the left are marked 4, 5, 6. The sides of the triangle on the right are marked as 3, 2, and 2.5. For the triangle on the left, the angle between sides marked 6 and 5 is labeled as a, marked by a double arc, and the angle between the sides marked 6 and 4 is labeled as b, marked by a single arc. The third angle is marked by a triple arc. For the triangle on the right, the angle between sides marked 2 and 3 is labeled as c and the angle between the sides marked 2.5 and 3 is labeled as d, marked by a do

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    @SupDaSup who are you?

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    is anyone ever going to help me?

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    angles that are intersected by a transversal line (congruent angles ) here is an example |dw:1444233934736:dw| if you noticed the angles with equal lines are congruent

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    |dw:1444234263248:dw|

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    make sense ?i have to go

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