In congruent triangles what is SAS?
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In congruent triangles, SAS is one way of proving that the triangles are congruent. There are many ways to prove that two triangles are congruent and this is one of them.
SAS means Side Angle Side. In this, you can prove two triangles are congruent if two sides of one triangle and the angle between them are all congruent to two sides of the other triangle and the angle between them.
There are a number of other ways of proving that triangles are congruent. They include such things as Angle Side Angle and Side Side Side. Please follow the link to see them.
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S-A-S stands for Side-Angle-Side
SAS means Side Angle Side
It stands for Side Angle Side, it is a what to prove if 2 triangles are congruent by using the length of the sides and the angle between those 2 lenghts
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