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    Two triangles can be proven congruent by the Side-Angle-Side (SAS) postulate if they each have two sides and the included angle (the angle between those two sides) that are identical. For example, if triangle ABC has sides AB and AC equal to sides DE and DF of triangle DEF, and angle BAC is equal to angle EDF, then the triangles ABC and DEF are congruent by SAS. This method ensures that the triangles are identical in shape and size, as the equal sides and angle guarantee all corresponding parts match.

Jul 08 2024

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