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If triangle MNO is congruent to triangle PQR, which of the following can you NOT conclude as being true?
A. line NO congruent to QR
B. angle N is congruent to angle Q
C. line MN is congruent to PR
D. angle M is congruent to angle P

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  1. C

    MN and PR are not corresponding sides

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  2. It's B

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  3. C because of the AAS theorem

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  4. yeah its C.

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