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4.4 Proving Triangles are Congruent by ASA and AAS. Definite ASA and AAS . Angle-Side-Angle (ASA). If two angles and a side between them are congruent in two different triangles, then the triangles are congruent. Since. Angle-Angle-Side.

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angle side angle asa
Angle-Side-Angle (ASA)

If two angles and a side between them are congruent in two different triangles, then the triangles are congruent.

Since

angle angle side
Angle-Angle-Side

If two angles and a side not between them are congruent in two different triangles, then the triangles are congruent.

Since

given m is the midpoint of prove1
Given: M is the midpoint of Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def. of Midpoint

#3. #3. AAS

given m is the midpoint of prove2
Given: M is the midpoint of Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def. of Midpoint

#3. #3. AAS

given m is the midpoint of prove3
Given: M is the midpoint of Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def. of Midpoint

#3. #3. AAS

given m is the midpoint of prove4
Given: M is the midpoint of Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def. of Midpoint

#3. #3. AAS

given m is the midpoint of prove5
Given: M is the midpoint of Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def. of Midpoint

#3. #3. AAS

given prove
Given:Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def of Angle Bisector

#3. #3. Reflexive

#4. #4. ASA

given prove1
Given:Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def of Angle Bisector

#3. #3. Reflexive

#4. #4. ASA

given prove2
Given:Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def of Angle Bisector

#3. #3. Reflexive

#4. #4. ASA

given prove3
Given:Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def of Angle Bisector

#3. #3. Reflexive

#4. #4. ASA

given prove4
Given:Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def of Angle Bisector

#3. #3. Reflexive

#4. #4. ASA

given prove5
Given:Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def of Angle Bisector

#3. #3. Reflexive

#4. #4. ASA

given prove6
Given:Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def of Angle Bisector

#3. #3. Reflexive

#4.

given prove7
Given:Prove:

#1. #1. Given

#2. #2. Def of Angle Bisector

#3. #3. Reflexive

#4. #4. ASA

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