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x=
y=
Choose 2 answers
7
25
6
11
18
∠6 & ∠2
∠5 & ∠6
∠3 & ∠4
∠5 & ∠8
∠4 & ∠5
If BCDE ≅ OPQR, then DE =
PQ
OR
OP
QR
Reflexive Property, Given
Transitive Property, Reflexive Property
Given, Reflexive Property
Reflexive Property, Transitive Property
∠ABC≅ ?
∠PMN
∠NPM
∠NMP
∠MNP
The two triangles are congruent. Find the value of c.
(Diagrams are not to scale.)
4
5
3
38
Given: ∆ABC≅∆PQR, m∠B=3V+4, & m∠Q=8v-6. Find m∠B
[Hint: DRAW A PICTURE!]
22
11
10
2
Symmetric Property of ≅ ; SSS
Reflexive Property of ≅ ; SAS
Reflexive Property of ≅ ; SSS
Symmetric Property of ≅; SAS
What other information do you need in order to prove the triangles congruent using the SAS Congruence Postulate?
State whether ∆ABC and ∆AED are congruent. Justify your answer.
yes, by either SSS or SAS
yes, by SSS only
yes, by SAS only
Not enough information to reach a conclusion.
No, they are NOT congruent
In each pair of triangles, parts are congruent as marked. Which pair(s) of triangles is/are congruent, by ASA?
From the information in the diagram, can you prove ∆FDG ≅ ∆FDB ? If so, in what way(s)? Explain.
yes, by ASA
yes, by AAA
yes, by AAS
no
Unsure
Can you use the ASA Postulate, the AAS Theorem, or both to prove the triangles congruent?
either ASA or AAS
ASA only
AAS only
neither
Name the theorem or postulate that lets you immediately conclude ∆ABD ≅ ∆CBD.
SAS
AAS
ASA
H-L
none of these
Supply the missing reasons to complete the proof.
Given: ∠Q ≅ ∠T; QR ≅ TR
3. ASA
4.Substitution
3. SAS
4. CPCTC
3. AAS
4. CPCTC
3. ASA
4. CPCTC
For which situation could you prove
∆1≅ ∆2 using the H-L Theorem?
I only
II only
I & II
I & III
III only
If ∆MNO ≅ ∆PQR, which of the following can you NOT conclude as being true? [Hint: DRAW A PICTURE!!]
MN = PR
∠M ≅ ∠P
NO = QR
∠N ≅ ∠Q
∠N
∠P
∠M
None of these
What else must you know to prove the triangles congruent by ASA? By SAS?
Is there enough information to conclude that the two triangles are congruent? If so, what is a correct congruence statement?
∆CAB ≅ ∆DAC
∆ACB ≅ ∆ACD
∆ABC ≅ ∆ACD
No, the triangles cannot be proven congruent.
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