B Proving congruent with Euclidean axioms

Summary
Proving SAS, SSS, ASA and that in a triangle, the bigger the opposite angle, the bigger the side is and in an Isosceles triangle, the two angles are ‌equal.
So, given one, you can prove the others, but I don't know how to prove one with using the five axioms.
 

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