Geometry

Which of the following is not a postulate used to prove the congruence of two triangles?
a. ASA
b. SSA
c. SAS
d. SSS

I think its C?

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  1. no, it is b

    SSA often results in 2 different triangles with the same properties, thus no congruency.

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