What Is the difference between AAS and ASA

ASA congruence criterion states that two triangles are congruent if two angles and the included side of one triangle are equal to the corresponding two angles and the included side of other triangle.
AAS congruence criterion states that two triangles are congruent if any two angles and a non-included side of one triangle are equal to the corresponding angles and side of another triangle.

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In AAS{angle angle side} if any two angles of a triangle and a non included side is equal to two angles and a non included side respectively of another triangle then the two triangle are said to be congruent.

In ASA{angle side angle} if any two angles of a triangle and the included side is equal to two angles and the included side respectively of another triangle then the two triangle are said to be congruent.

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Under ASA congruency criterion, two triangles are congruent when two angles and theirincluded sideof one triangle are equal to the corresponding angles and theincluded sideof the other triangle.

Under AAS congruency criterion, two triangles are congruent when two pair of angles and theirnonincluded sideof one triangle are equal to the corresponding pair of angles and the excluded sideof the other triangle.

For example:

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AAS is Angle Angle Side where two angles and any side except the included side of one triangle is conguent to the two angles and the side of other triangle... ASA is Angle Side Angle where two angles and the included side of one triangle of one triangle is conguent to the two angles of the included side of other trianlge....

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