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Which shows two triangles that are congruent by ASA?

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B.

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Which shows two triangles that are congruent by AAS?

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A.

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Which of these triangle pairs can be mapped to each other using a translation and a rotation about point A?

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D.

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Which of these triangle pairs can be mapped to each other using a reflection and a translation?

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B.

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Which of these triangle pairs can be mapped to each other using two reflections?

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A.

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Are the triangles congruent? Why or why not?

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

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Two rigid transformations are used to map JKL to MNQ. The first is a translation of vertex L to vertex Q. What is the second transformation?

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c. a rotation about point L

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Given:

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AAS congruence theorem

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What additional information could be used to prove that the triangles are congruent using AAS or ASA? Check all that apply.

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What additional information could be used to prove that the triangles are congruent using AAS? Check all that apply.

CB ~= QM
AC = 3.9cm and RQ = 3.9cm

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

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Which rigid transformation would map MZK to QZK

c. a reflection across the line containing ZK

Given:

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of the AAS congruence theorem