## Mathematics # Review for Test Chapter 4 ## 18 questions

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• 1. Multiple-choice
5 minutes
1 pt Tell why the two triangles are congruent. Give the congruence statement. Then list all other corresponding parts of the triangles that are congruent.

AAS. $\Delta TRS\cong\Delta ONM.$   Angles: $  Sides: $\overline{TR}\cong\overline{ON};\ \overline{RS}\cong\overline{NM};\ \overline{ST}\cong\overline{MO}$

SAS. $\Delta TRS\cong\Delta ONM.$   Angles: $  Sides: $\overline{TR}\cong\overline{ON};\ \overline{RS}\cong\overline{NM};\ \overline{ST}\cong\overline{MO}$

SSS. $\Delta TRS\cong\Delta ONM.$   Angles: $  Sides: $\overline{TR}\cong\overline{ON};\ \overline{RS}\cong\overline{NM};\ \overline{ST}\cong\overline{MO}$

The two triangles are not congruent.

• 2. Multiple-choice
5 minutes
1 pt Complete the statement. Explain why is it true.

$\overline{QP}\cong\ldots\cong\overline{UT}$

$\overline{QP}\cong\overline{PS}\cong\overline{UT}$  because if two angles are​ congruent, then the sides connecting those angles are congruent.

$\overline{QP}\cong\overline{QS}\cong\overline{UT}$  because if two angles are​ congruent, then the sides opposite those angles are congruent.

$\overline{QP}\cong\overline{QS}\cong\overline{UT}$  because if two angles are​ congruent, then the sides connecting those angles are congruent.

$\overline{QP}\cong\overline{PS}\cong\overline{UT}$  ≅UT

because if two angles are​congruent, then the sides opposite those angles are congruent.

• 3. Multiple-choice
5 minutes
1 pt Find the values of X and Y.

$x=39;\ y=6$

$x=6;\ y=39$

$x=51;\ y=61$

$x=69;\ y=2058$