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- 1. Multiple ChoiceWhat does SSS stand for?Small Small SmallSide Side SideSmall Side SmallSam's Silly Side
- 2. Multiple ChoiceWhat does SSS prove?NothingTriangles similarTriangles congruentTriangle angle sum
- 3. Multiple ChoiceName the postulate, if possible, that makes the triangles congruent.SSSSASASANot Possible
- 4. Multiple ChoiceName the postulate, if possible, that makes the triangles congruent.SSSSASASANot Possible
- 5. Multiple ChoiceState if the two triangles are congruent. If they are, state which theorem you would use.Yes, SASYes, SSSYes, HLNo
- 6. Multiple ChoiceName the postulate, if possible, that makes the triangles congruent.SASASASSSNot Possible
- 7. Multiple ChoiceCongruent by HLCongruent by SASCongruent by SSSNot Necessarily Congruent
- 8. Multiple ChoiceAre the two triangles congruent?Not enough informationYes, by SSAYes by AASYes By ASA
- 9. Multiple ChoiceAre the triangles congruent, if yes, why?SSSSASASANot Congruent
- 10. Multiple ChoiceAre the triangles congruent, if yes, why?SSSASAAAANot Congruent
- 11. Multiple Choice
Given the two triangles, which congruence statement is NOT true?

$AB\ \cong\ DF$

$DE\ \cong\ AC$

$\Delta\ ABC\ \cong\ \Delta DFE$

$\Delta ABC\ \cong\Delta\ DEF$

- 12. Multiple Choice
Given the two triangles, which statement is true by CPCTC?

$\angle ACB\ \cong\ \angle\ DFE$

$\angle\ BAC\ \cong\ \angle\ FDE$

$\angle CAB\ \cong\angle FED$

$\angle ABC\ \cong\ \angle\ DEF$

- 13. Multiple Choice∆ABC≅∆XYZ

which is true?AB≅XYAB≅YXAB≅XZBC≅CB - 14. Multiple Choice∆PRQ≅∆SRTTRUEFALSE
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