# Spherical Triangles with Same Angles are Congruent

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## Theorem

Two triangles on the surface of a given sphere which have the same angles are congruent.

## Proof

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## Also see

- 2008: Ian Stewart:
*Taming the Infinite*... (previous) ... (next): Chapter $5$: Eternal Triangles