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ABCD is a rhombus. Explain why triangle ABC is congruent to triangle CDA.

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rhombas has equal angles opposite, opposite sides equal. Here, you have three sides on each triangle equal to the correspondng angle

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thanks so much!!! :)

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In the rhombus all the 4 sides are equal.
ABC is congruent to CDA beacuse..
DC=AB
AC=AC
therefore all three side from each trinagle are the same and they are congruent according to SSS

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oops sorry didn't see u anwered it .. just pretend like it never happened ...

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yes correct amy

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