PLEASE ANSWER Which Postulate/Theorem below would prove that the triangles shown below are congruent?

A SSS

B SAS

C AAS

D ASA

[tex]PLEASE ANSWER Which Postulate/Theorem below would prove that the triangles shown below are congru[/tex]

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PLEASE ANSWER Which Postulate/Theorem below would prove that the triangles shown below are congruent?

A SSS

B SAS

C AAS

D ASA

[tex]PLEASE ANSWER Which Postulate/Theorem below would prove that the triangles shown below are congru[/tex]

The answer is ASA which is option d

Correct answer is D. ASA

Step-by-step explanation:

Let us first define ASA congruence rule:

2 triangles are called congruent according to ASA congruence rule if 2 angles of the triangle and the corresponding side between these two angles are equal to each other.

In the question figure, we can figure out following conclusions from Triangles [tex]\triangle SRT\text{ and }\triangle WXY[/tex] respectively:

[tex]\angle TRS = \angle YXW[/tex]Side RS = Side WX[tex]\angle TSR = \angle YWX[/tex]

As per the definition of option d) ASA congruence, the triangles are congruent.

Not congruent

Step-by-step explanation:

So far by looking at the picture, you can tell that both of the triangles have one congruent side and one congruent angle. Unless there is any other given information, we can only assume that these triangles are not congruent.

2 angle and I side AAS

congruent ASA

Step-by-step explanation:

it’s not “might not be congruent” they’re tricking you it’s “congruent ASA”.