This is a video tutorial on how to prove congruent triangles with SSS and SAS test. SSS means sidesideside and SAS means sideangleside. For applying the SSS test of congruency, each side of one triangle must be congruent to the corresponding side of the other triangle. For applying the SAS test of congruency, two corresponding sides of the two triangles must be congruent as well as the angle between those two sides of each triangle must be congruent. Follow the rest of the video to understand the concept and application of the SSS and SAS test of congruency.
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