Question

# Does the diagram provide necessary information to prove that the triangles ABC and ACD are congruent by AAS-congruence postulate? If not, mention the required condition.

Hint:

### In AAS, the corresponding equal sides should not be included.

diagram does not provide necessary information to prove that the triangles ABC and ACD are congruent by AAS-

congruence postulate.

## The correct answer is: w need one more angle such that the corresponding equal sides are not included

### It is given that

Side AB = AD

So, w need one more angle such that the corresponding equal sides are not included

Hence, required information is either or

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