### The AAS congruence test

- If two angles and one side of a triangle are respectively equal to two angles and the matching side of another triangle, then the two triangles are congruent.
- If we are given the angle sizes of a triangle and the length of a specific side, then only one such triangle can be constructed up to congruence.

The initials AAS stand for 'Angle', 'Angle', 'Side'.

In the construction below:

\(AB\) is 7 units in length.

\(\angle B' AB = 45 ^\circ \text{and} \ \angle A' BA = 30 ^\circ\) are drawn.

The segments *AB*′ and *BA*′ intersect at *C.*

#### Question 5

Triangle \(XYZ\) is drawn with \(XZ \ = 6 \text{cm and} \ \angle YXZ = 46 ^\circ \text{and} \ \angle YZX = 55 ^\circ\).

#### Question 6

Construct a triangle \(ABC \ \text{with} \ AB = 5 \text{cm and} \ \angle CAB = 50 ^\circ \text{and} \ \angle CBA = 45 ^\circ\).