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Let's start with the first one
Hint: look at the ticks
I know for a fact that it's congruent just dont know how to explain it
Well you have that those sides are congruent, what else can you use to prove that the triangle is congruent?
which angles specifically?
You're on the right track, just say which angles
i dont even know i'm confused on this
|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
It could also be vertical angles are congruent
Lol, your not that bad cause I understood! I think it's vertical angles
Yeah it's most likely vertical angles. Let's move on to the 2nd one you put
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?
The sides on both triangles are congruent ?
Well look at the diagram. The triangles share one side. Which means it's equal to itself. Do you know what property this is?
I'm not sure no
Here's a hint! A=A looks like a mirror. It's reflecting the other side.
oh wow lol