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Is MNL â‰… QNL? Why or why not?

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A. Yes, they are congruent by either ASA or AAS.

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Quadrilateral ABCD is translated down and left to form quadrilateral OLMN. If AB = 6 units, BC = 5 units, CD = 8 units, and AD = 10 units, what is LO?

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B. 6 units

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Three quadrilaterals exist such that GHJK â‰… ASDF and GHJK â‰… VBNM. If MV measures 3 cm, which other segment must measure 3 cm?

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A. AF

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Triangle DEF is congruent to GHJ by the SSS theorem. Which rigid transformation is required to map DEF onto GHJ?

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D. translation

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How can a translation and a reflection be used to map Î”HJK to Î”LMN?

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B. Translate K to N and reflect across the line containing JK.

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Is there a series of rigid transformations that could map Î”QRS to Î”ABC? If so, which transformations could be used?

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D. Yes, Î”QRS can be translated so that Q is mapped to A and then reflected across the line containing QS.

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Two sides and the non-included right angle of one right triangle are congruent to the corresponding parts of another right triangle. Which congruence theorem can be used to prove that the triangles are congruent?

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D. HL

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What additional information is needed to prove that the triangles are congruent using the AAS congruence theorem?

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C. LOA â‰… LMA

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Given: bisects âˆ MRQ; âˆ RMS â‰… âˆ RQS. Which relationship in the diagram is true?

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B. â–³RMS â‰… â–³RQS by AAS

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Which congruence theorem can be used to prove â–³WXS â‰… â–³YZS?

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C. SAS

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Could Î”JKL be congruent to Î”XYZ? Explain.

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C. No, because the hypotenuse of one triangle is equal in length to the leg of the other triangle.

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In Î”XYZ, mâˆ X = 90Â° and mâˆ Y = 30Â°. In Î”TUV, mâˆ U = 30Â° and mâˆ V = 60Â°. Which is true about the two triangles?

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A. Î”XYZ â‰… Î”TUV

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Which pair of triangles can be proven congruent by SAS?

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A.

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Quadrilateral LMNO is reflected over the line as shown, resulting in quadrilateral CDAB. Given the congruency statement LMNO â‰… CDAB, which segment corresponds to ML?

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D. DC

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In the diagram, âˆ J â‰… âˆ M and JL â‰… MR. What additional information is needed to show Î”JKL â‰… â–³MNR by SAS?

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D. JK â‰… MN

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Two rigid transformations are used to map ABC to QRS. The first is a translation of vertex B to vertex R. What is the second transformation?

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C

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The triangles are congruent by the SSS congruence theorem. Which rigid transformation(s) can map MNP onto TSR?

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C

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Triangle QRP is congruent to triangle YXZ. What is the perimeter of triangle YXZ?
What is the perimeter of triangle YXZ?

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6.4

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Given: âˆ BCD is right; BC â‰… DC; DF â‰… BF; FA â‰… FE
Which relationships in the diagram are true? Check all that apply.

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2, 3, 5

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Two rigid transformations are used to map Î”HJK to Î”LMN. The first is a translation of vertex H to vertex L. What is the second transformation?

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B. a rotation about point H

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Triangle GHJ is rotated 90Â° about point X, resulting in triangle STR. Which congruency statement is true?

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C. TS â‰… HG

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Are the triangles congruent? Why or why not?

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A. Yes, all the angles of each of the triangles are acute.