 CPCTC
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• Question 1
60 seconds
Q. What does CPCTC stand for?
Congruent parts of congruent triangles are congruent
Corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent
Corresponding parts of corresponding triangles are corresponding
Corresponding parts of congruent triangles are Canadian.
• Question 2
30 seconds
Q. What does SAS stand for?
Side-Angle-Side
Super-Awesome-Side
Side-Angle-Supersized
Sensationally Awesome Superman
• Question 3
180 seconds Q. What congruency postulate proves the triangles congruency?
SAS
ASA
SSS
HL
• Question 4
180 seconds Q. What postulate would prove triangle ∆NYQ is congruent to ∆PYQ?
ASA
SAS
SSS
HL
• Question 5
180 seconds Q. What postulate would prove triangle ∆NYQ is congruent to ∆PYQ?
ASA
SAS
SSS
HL
• Question 6
30 seconds
Q. When do you use "CPCTC in a proof?
ALWAYS at the beginning
ALWAYS at the end
It's optional
NEver
• Question 7
60 seconds Q. What postulate proves these triangles congruent?
HL
SSS
SAS
ASA
• Question 8
180 seconds Q. What postulate proves these triangles congruent?
SAS
HL
AAS
ASA
• Question 9
180 seconds Q. What postulate proves these triangles congruent?
SAS
ASA
AAS
Not enough information
• Question 10
60 seconds Q. Fill in the blank.
Given
Reflexive Property
Transitive Property
They're the same side!!!!!!
• Question 11
60 seconds
Q. Which is NOT a test to prove triangles congruent?
SAA
SSS
SSA
SAS
• Question 12
60 seconds Q. Complete the congruence statement.
CRP
PCR
RPC
PRC
• Question 13
180 seconds Q. Fill in the missing proofs.
Transitive Property, SAS(Side-Angle-Side)
Reflexive Property, SAS(Side-Angle-Side)
Reflexive Property, Vertical Angles Thm.
Transitive Property, SSS(Side-Side-Side)
• Question 14
120 seconds Q. What is the reason?
Definition of Angle
Definition of Congruence
Definition of bisects
Definition of midpoint
• Question 15
120 seconds Q. What is the reason?
Definition of perpendicular
Definition of Right angle
Definition of 90
Definition of angle
• Question 16
45 seconds Q. What is the "reason" for step 3 of the proof?