# Math

Which congruence statement says the same thing as triangle ABC is congruent to triangle DEF? (1 point)

triangle ABC is congruent to triangle EFD
triangle ACB is congruent to triangle DEF
triangle ACB is congruent to triangle DFE
triangle BCA is congruent to triangle FDE

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1. just scramble DEF in the same order as ABC.

clearly the 1st and last choices are wrong...

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