Q: What conditions will ensure that two isosceles triangles are congruent?

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There are many different things that can ensure it.

The answer depends on how you number the steps: there is no universally agreed system.

I guess, because one man had an enquiring mind and somehow discovered the relationship between the squares of the sides of triangles. Also they needed to ensure they had right angles for building and the 3-4-5 right angle triangle was perfect for this.

i saw ensure plus at CVS the last time i went to get some medicine. Its by the medicine section at CVS.

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Ensure the common angle is not between the two common sides and is not a right angle. That is, if the triangles are ABC and DEF then make angle CAB = FDE; and sides AB = DE and BC = EF (make AB > BC and thus DE > EF) Then you will be able to draw two non-congruent triangles by making AC not equal to DF. (If you make AC less than BC, then DF will be greater than DE).

There are many different things that can ensure it.

The answer depends on how you number the steps: there is no universally agreed system.

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To ensure their survival under adverse conditions

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