anonymous
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SAS Congruence *Attachment* HELP!!!
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the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Let's start with the first one
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hint: look at the ticks
anonymous
  • anonymous
I know for a fact that it's congruent just dont know how to explain it
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Well you have that those sides are congruent, what else can you use to prove that the triangle is congruent?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the angles
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
which angles specifically?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
You're on the right track, just say which angles
anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont even know i'm confused on this
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
|dw:1449774772196:dw| sorry I'm a horrible artist! But the sides bisect one another. So the angles in between them would be congruent. I forget which property that is. It might be definition of a bisector. But that proves the first one to be congruent by SAS
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
It could also be vertical angles are congruent
anonymous
  • anonymous
Lol, your not that bad cause I understood! I think it's vertical angles
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Yeah it's most likely vertical angles. Let's move on to the 2nd one you put
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay :3
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Okay so they gave us the right angle. There's another SUPER obvious statement that can be used to prove congruence, do you know what it is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The sides on both triangles are congruent ?
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Well look at the diagram. The triangles share one side. Which means it's equal to itself. Do you know what property this is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not sure no
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Here's a hint! A=A looks like a mirror. It's reflecting the other side.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Reflective property
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Reflexive, exactly!
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh wow lol
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Lol yep!

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