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(Key 1 - Answer ID # 0921135)
1.  

State whether or not each of the following triangle pairs is congruent. If so, state a reason.



2.  

State whether or not each of the following triangle pairs is congruent. If so, state a reason.



3.  

Does AAA guarantee that two triangles are congruent? Why or why not?


4.  

Do congruent triangles have to be facing the same direction?


5.  

Does HL imply that SSA can be used to prove triangle congruent? Explain your answer.


6.  

Why doesn't CPCTC guarantee that triangles are equilateral and/or equiangular?


7.  

Does CPCTC prove triangles congruent? Why or why not?


8.  

List the methods of proving triangles congruent.


9.  

State whether or not each of the following triangle pairs is congruent. If so, state a reason.



10.  

State whether or not each of the following triangle pairs is congruent. If so, state a reason.



11.  

What does it mean for two triangles to be congruent?


12.  

How is AAS different from ASA?


13.  

What happens if the triangles share a side, part of a side, or part of an angle?


14.  

Sometimes there seems to be more than one way to prove two triangles congruent. Which way do you choose?





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