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# In two triangles *ABC* and *DEF*, it is given that ∠*A* = ∠*D*, ∠*B* = ∠*E* and ∠*C* = ∠*F*. Are the two triangles necessarily congruent?

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No, the two triangles are not necessarily congruent in the given case as knowing only angle-angle-angle (AAA) does not work because it can produce similar but not congruent triangles.

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