mouth4war
  • mouth4war
which postulate or theorem can be used to prove that triangle ABC = triangle CDA?
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mouth4war
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Smartanne
  • Smartanne
I can help
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
So do you know the theorems SAS, ASA, and SSS

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mouth4war
  • mouth4war
kind of
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
ok
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
SAS=Side, angle,side ASA=angle, side, angle SSS=side, side,side
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
If one of these are true that means both triangles are congruent
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
The two triangles have 2 congruent angles and 1 similar side (meaning its congruent) so just find which theorem has two congruent angles and one congruent sides
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
Medal if this helped :)....fan me I'm on at least twice a day
mouth4war
  • mouth4war
i have no idea?
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
ohh ok
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
SAS means 2 sides are congruent and one angle is congruent ASA means 2 angles are congruent and 1 side is congruent SSS means all sides are congruent
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
So which one of these theorems has 2 congruent angles and 1 congruent side like the triangles in the diagram
mouth4war
  • mouth4war
SSS?
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
Close but SSS doesn't have any congruent angles. Also we don't know whether all the sides are equal
mouth4war
  • mouth4war
one of the answer choices is "not enough information" would that be the answer? cause it seems like we dont know enough about it to know the postulate
Smartanne
  • Smartanne
It is one of the postulates

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