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posted by Becky
If two angles of one triangle are congruent to two angles of another triangle, these triangles must be
a) scalene
b) similar
c) congruent
d) isosceles
Dont all traiangles have 180 degrees? So if two angles were congruent, what about the third?
I still don't get it. I would guess c)congruent?
b)
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