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sbuck98
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Directrix
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Most likely, it is one these. See attachment.
sbuck98
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DO you think SAS?

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Directrix
  • Directrix
No, not SAS.
sbuck98
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Directrix
  • Directrix
The two angles at B are congruent because they are vertical angles. Looking at the marked diagram, we know only one pair of congruent adjacent sides. We need the other pair of sides forming the B angles to be congruent but there is no way to get this. SSA is not a triangle congruence postulate. |dw:1446256490473:dw|
Directrix
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With the given information, none of the triangle congruence postulates or theorems are sufficient to prove the triangle congruent. I understand that the two triangles LOOK as if they are congruent but "looks" are not enough in Geometry.

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