# math

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Can someone explain the Triangle Similarity, Or the AA Similarity, Theorem? We're doing proofs, and I don't think I understood the wording.

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If a pair of corresponding angles are the same for two different triangles, then all three pairs of corresponding angles are the same, and the triangles are similar.

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If a pair of corresponding angles are the same for two different triangles, then all three pairs of corresponding angles are the same, and the triangles are similar.

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