# Triangle Congruencies Proofs

Quiz by Cassidy Paine, updated more than 1 year ago
 Created by Cassidy Paine about 4 years ago
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### Description

Proofs for triangle congruencies

## Resource summary

### Question 1

Question
Check which congruence postulate you would use to prove that the two triangles are congruent.
• SAS
• ASA
• AAS
• SSA

### Question 2

Question
Check which congruence postulate you would use to prove that the two triangles are congruent given the markings only.
• AAS
• ASA
• AA

### Question 3

Question
Check which congruence postulate you would use to prove that the two triangles are congruent.
• ASA
• AAS
• AA

### Question 4

Question
Check which congruence postulate you would use to prove that the two triangles are congruent.
• SSS
• SSA
• ASA
• SAS

### Question 5

Question
Fill in the missing reasons
• Given
• Alternate Interior
• Vertical angles
• Given
• Reflexive
• Linear Pair
• Given
• Linear Pair
• Symmetric Property
• Reflexive Property
• ASA
• AAS
• SSA

### Question 6

Question
Fill in the missing reasons
• Given
• Def. of Midpoint
• Def. of Bisector
• Given (2)
• Vertical Angles
• Given (3)
• Corresponding Angles
• Same Side Interior
• ASA
• AAS

### Question 7

Question
Fill in the missing reasons
• Given
• Given (2)
• def. of midpoint
• def. of bisector
• Vertical Angles
• Corresponding Angles
• Linear Pair
• def. of perpendicular
• def. of parallel
• All right angles are congruent
• Alternate Interior
• ASA
• HL
• SAS
• AAS

### Question 8

Question
Fill in the missing reasons
• Given
• Reflexive
• Parallel
• Given
• Def. of Midpoint
• Bisector
• def. of midpoint
• def. of bisector
• reflexive
• transitive
• def. of midpoint
• def. of bisector
• reflexive
• subsititution
• SSS
• SAS
• HL
• Side Theorem
• CPCTC
• Prove

### Question 9

Question
Determine the reasons of the following proof
• Given
• Parallel Lines
• Given (2)
• def of bisector
• def of midpoint
• symmetric
• reflexive
• transitive
• SAS
• SSA
• ASA

### Question 10

Question
Select the method which will prove the triangles congruent, if possible.
• ASA
• AAS
• SAS
• HL
• Not enough information

### Question 11

Question
Select the method which will prove the triangles congruent, if possible.
• SSS
• SAS
• ASA
• AAS
• HL

### Question 12

Question
Select the method which will prove the triangles congruent, if possible.
• HL
• SAS
• Not enough info
• SSA
• ASA

### Question 13

Question
Select the method which will prove the triangles congruent, if possible.
• SSS
• SAS
• Not enough info
• SSA
• ASA

### Question 14

Question
Select the method which will prove the triangles congruent, if possible.
• SAS
• SSA
• SSS
• ASA
• HL
• Not enough information

### Question 15

Question
Select the method which will prove the triangles congruent, if possible.
• Not enough info
• SSA
• ASA
• SAS
• AAS

### Question 16

Question
Select the method which will prove the triangles congruent, if possible.
• Triangle PQC
• Triangle PCQ
• Triangle QPC
• Triangle QCP
• SAS
• SSS
• ASA

### Question 17

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What additional information is needed to prove triangle congruency by ASA
• EF≅ST
• DE≅RS
• FD≅TR

### Question 18

Question
Determine which method you would use to prove the two triangles congruent. If none of the methods apply, write NONE.
• AAS

### Question 19

Question
Determine which method you would use to prove the two triangles congruent. If none of the methods apply, write NONE.
• SAS

### Question 20

Question
Determine which method you would use to prove the two triangles congruent. If none of the methods apply, write NONE.
• HL

### Question 21

Question
Determine which method you would use to prove the two triangles congruent. If none of the methods apply, write NONE.
• SSS

### Question 22

Question
Determine which method you would use to prove the two triangles congruent. If none of the methods apply, write NONE.
• NONE

### Question 23

Question
Determine which method you would use to prove the two triangles congruent. If none of the methods apply, write NONE.
• SAS

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