Congruent Triangles
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High School Geometry
High School Geometry
Math

 Name _____________________________ Date ___________________ (Key 1 - Answer ID # 0650628)
1.

Is ACD ECB? If so, name the postulate or theorem used.

2.

Given: 1 2 and 3 m4. Prove .

3.

Which of the following is NOT a valid test for congruent triangles?
 SSA ASA AAS SAS

4.

In ABC and DEF, and B E. Which of the following conditions are insufficient for proving ABC DEF?
 C F A D

5.

If ABD CDB, mA = 73, m1 = 2m2 + 35, find the measure of ADB - ABD.

6.

Which of the following criteria is inadequate to guarantee the congruency of two right triangles?
 Two corresponding legs are congruent. Two corresponding acute angles are congruent. The hypotenuses are congruent, and one pair of corresponding legs are congruent. The hypotenuses are congruent, and one pair of corresponding acute angles are congruent.

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