Geometry - Proving Congruence of Trianges

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For homework, I have some questions where I have to prove congruence of two triangles with given information. I'm stuck on one of the problems. (I will now explain in detail what the two triangles look like) : a straight line with two segments coming off the endpoints toward the bottom corners of the page. The ends of those segments have lines that then connect back to the middle of the original line. Would the two middle angles be vertical? (I'm sorry I can't find any images online to show what I'm trying to explain).


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