Okay i have 2 circles. One is bigger and the other is inside it. Kind of like those boards that they use for accuracy shots with a bow and arrow. It say point C is the midpoint of both circles.
Now in the triangle they have two triangles. I know they are vertical angles they meet in point C.
But that's it. I need to figure out how to make them congruent. In the picture it looks congruent but i need to prove it.
Point A and E look about the same distance they are both points in the bigger circle. And d and b look around the same distant in the smaller circle.
How can i prove that triangle ABC is congruent to CDE
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Does it say anything about angle measurements or the lenths of anyhting?
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