They are congruent.
Work Step by Step
In order to use the SAS postulate, you must prove that two different sets of sides are congruent. Then, you must show that the angle joining those two sides is congruent for the two triangles as well. We see that one angle and one side are labeled as congruent. We see that the two triangles share a common side, which is congruent to itself. This means that the SAS postulate is valid here.