14 questions

- 1. Multiple ChoiceFill 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)
- 2. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the "statement" for step 2 of the proof?AD=ADAD=DAHD=DNHA = AN
- 3. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the "statement" for step 3 of the proof?AD=DAAN = AHHD=NDHD=DN
- 4. Multiple ChoiceIdentify the missing statement or reasonReflexive PropertyDefinition of MidpointGivenVertical Angles Theorem
- 5. Multiple ChoiceIdentify the missing statement or reasonGivenVertical Angles TheoremDefinition of Angle BisectorAlternate Interior Angles Theorem
- 6. Multiple ChoiceIdentify the missing statement or reasonDefinition of Angle BisectorAlternate Interior Angles TheoremReflexive PropertyDefinition of Midpoint
- 7. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the "statement" for step 3 of the proof?∡EDA≅∡DCB∡AED≅∡BECDE=CE∡AED≅∡CED
- 8. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the "statement" for step 2 of the proof?∡JHI≅∡JKLJL=JI∡H≅∡KHI=KL
- 9. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the missing piece of information required to prove these triangles congruent?QY ≅ QYNY ≅ PY∠N ≅ ∠PQY is the perpendicular bisector
- 10. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the "reason" for step 3 of the proof?ProofDef. of MidpointReflexive PropertyVertical angle Theorem
- 11. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the reason?Definition of congrucentDefinition of midpointDefinition of segmentSegment Addition
- 12. Multiple ChoiceWhen using hypotenuse leg (HL) in a proof, you must first state ...CPCTC.there are right triangles.that vertical angles are congruent.the reflexive property.
- 13. Multiple ChoiceIf M is the midpoint of AB, then AM = MBAddition POEDef. of MidpointReflexive POESymmetric
- 14. Multiple ChoiceWhat is always the 1st statement in reason column of a proof?ProveGivenReasonStatement
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