Okay, so SSA congruency cannot be used to obtain a unique triangle. So I was just thinking, why it is so and I came across a condition which if is satisfied SSA congruency can be used to obtain a unique triangle.

If the side opposite to the given angle is larger than the other given side, then SSA congruency can be used to obtain a unique triangle.

Now, this is purely my own thought so there is a full possibility of it being wrong. So I want your opinions about it. Thanks in advance.

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