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Which statement and reason should go in step 5 to complete Manuel's flowchart proof?

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@ganeshie8

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@whpalmer4

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please

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OpenStudy (elisaneedshelp):

its urgent please

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I really need this one

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Apparently this question repels users from helping so many ppl have looked at it and gone away

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OpenStudy (whpalmer4):

Maybe we all looked at it, thought "she should be able to do that" and went on? :-) Look at your four choices, and what you have established in the earlier steps. You have two basic options: the triangles match because they have angle-side-angle (ASA) matching, or the triangles match because they have side-angle-side (SAS) matching. Look at the three prior steps: what do they establish matches between the two triangles? Once you've decided on ASA or SAS, you need to pick the option which names the triangles correctly.

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OpenStudy (elisaneedshelp):

If i could do it by myself i wouldnt put it on here. I'm not one of those lazy ppl who just want stuff done for them. and i really dont understand this

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OpenStudy (elisaneedshelp):

but thanks for providing some form of help :)

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OpenStudy (whpalmer4):

Some form of help? I told you how to determine the correct answer. Look at each of steps 2, 3 and 4: identify whether each step is establishing the congruence of an angle or a side. Match those results with SAS or ASA. If the first one establishes the congruence of a side, the second one an angle, and the third one a side, you've got side-angle-side or SAS. If the first one establishes the congruence of an angle, the second one a side, and the third one an angle, you've got angle-side-angle or ASA. If you didn't get one of those choices, try again until you do. If you still don't think you know how to do it, ask a specific question about the problem.

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OpenStudy (elisaneedshelp):

i got H. SAS do you notice any traps in this problem? my teacher wants us to list traps like obstacles or stuff that will confuse us

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