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(Key 1 - Answer ID # 0856438)
1.  

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


2.  

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


3.  

The measures of an exterior angle of a triangle is 108. The two non-adjacent interior angles are congruent. Find the measures of the interior angles of the triangle.


4.  

Which of the following is NOT a valid test for congruent triangles?

SSA

ASA

AAS

SAS

5.  

If m1 = 53, m2 = 65, and m3 = 43, find the measures of x and y.



6.  

Is ABC DBC? If so, name the postulate or theorem used.



7.  

If m1 = mB and mA : mB: mC = 1 : 2 : 1, what is the measure of 2?



8.  

Given: B is the midpoint of . and bisect each other.
Prove: ADFF



9.  

Do congruent triangles have to be facing the same direction?


10.  

Does CPCTC prove triangles congruent? Why or why not?





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