# Which two triangles are congruent by the HL theorem?A. a and bB. b and cC. a and cD. None of the triangles are congruent

Which two triangles are congruent by the HL theorem? A. a and b
B. b and c
C. a and c
D. None of the triangles are congruent by the HL theorem.

$Which two triangles are congruent by the HL theorem? A. a and b B. b and c C. a and c D. None of$

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1. Expert says:

step-by-step explanation:   divide the numerator by the denominator to get the decimal

it would still be 193

if divide by 100 then 1.93

i am not sure

2. Expert says:

5 pm

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3. Expert says:

the number of possible outcomes that do not show a 1 on the first spinner and show the number 4 on the second spinner is 2.

spinner 1 spinner 2

1                     1

1                     2

1                     3

1                     4

2                   1

2                   2

2                   3

2                   4   = not 1, and 4

3                   1

3                   2

3                   3

3                   4 = not 1, and 4

only 2 outcomes have passed the given condition.

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4. Expert says:

there are no short passages to look at