This is a tutorial about how to prove the congruency (equality) of two triangles when the values of two angles and an included side of each triangle is given. The author of this video instructs the viewer that it should be first determined whether the values of two angles of one triangle are the same as those of two angles of the other triangle. Then one must seek to determine the equality of sides included in those angles in both the triangles. When it is found that these three values in one triangle are the same, it is proved that the two triangles are congruent because of their anglesideangle congruence.
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