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SAS congruence criterion holds good if any two corresponding sides and the corresponding angles between those sides are the same.

Let us try to construct a congruent triangle using SAS congruence criterion.

Consider \(\triangle ABC\) with the dimensions as given in the figure below.

From the figure, it is understood that \(AB = 5\) \(cm\), \(AC = 4\) \(cm\), and \(\angle{CAB} = 60^\circ\).

Our aim is to construct a congruent triangle \(\triangle DEF\) using the \(2\) lengths and the angle acquired from the figure.

**Step**\(1\): Draw a line segment \(\overline{DE}\) of length \(5\) \(cm\).

**Step**\(2\): With \(D\) as centre, draw an line with an angle of \(60^\circ\).

**Step**\(3\): With \(D\) as radius and with \(4\) \(cm\) as radius, draw an arc on the line and mark the intersection as \(F\).

**Step**\(4\): Now join the point \(E\) and \(F\) to form the congruent triangle \(\triangle DEF\)