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Which congruency theorem can be used to prove that â–³ABD â‰… â–³DCA?

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C. SAS

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In the figure below, WU â‰… VT. The congruency theorem can be used to prove that â–³WUT â‰… â–³VTU.

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B. HL

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Which congruency theorem can be used to prove that â–³GHL â‰… â–³KHJ?

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B. ASA

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Analyze the diagram below. Which statements regarding the diagram are correct? Check all that apply.

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A. ST â‰… ST by the reflexive property.
B. âˆ RWS â‰… âˆ UWT because they are vertical angles.
C. â–³RWS â‰… â–³UWT by AAS.
E. âˆ WTU â‰… âˆ WSR because CPCTC.

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Rowena is proving that AD â‰… EB. Which statement does the â™£ represent in her proof?

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A. Î”ACD â‰… Î”ECB

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Complete the paragraph proof.
We are given AB â‰… AE and BC â‰… DE. This means ABE is an isosceles triangle. Base angles in an isosceles triangle are congruent based on the isosceles triangle theorem, so âˆ ABE â‰… âˆ AEB. We can then determine â–³ABC â‰… â–³AED by . Because of CPCTC, segment AC is congruent to segment . Triangle ACD is an isosceles triangle based on the definition of isosceles triangle. Therefore, based on the isosceles triangle theorem, âˆ ACD â‰… âˆ ADC.

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1. SAS
2. AD

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Mikal is proving that AE â‰… CE . Which reason does the â™£ represent in Mikal's proof?

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D. AAS

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Complete the paragraph proof:
It is given that âˆ TUW â‰… âˆ SRW and RS â‰… TU. Because âˆ RWS and âˆ UWT are vertical angles and vertical angles are congruent, âˆ RWS â‰… âˆ UWT. Then, by AAS, â–³TUW â‰… â–³SRW. Because CPCTC, SW â‰… TW and WU â‰… RW. Because of the definition of congruence, SW = TW and WU = RW. If we add those equations together, SW + WU = TW + RW. Because of segment addition, SW + WU = SU and TW + RW = TR. Then by substitution, SU = TR. If segments are equal, then they are congruent, so SU â‰… TR. Because of , â–³TRS â‰… â–³SUT, and because of , âˆ RST â‰… âˆ UTS.

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1.SAS
2.CPCTC

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Consider the diagram. Which congruence theorem can be used to prove â–³ABR â‰… â–³RCA?

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A. HL

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Given: bisects âˆ BAC; AB = AC
Which congruence theorem can be used to prove â–³ABR â‰… â–³ACR?

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A. AAS

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

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B. AAS

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

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C. SAS

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Given: âˆ GHD and âˆ EDH are right; GH â‰… ED. Which relationship in the diagram is true?

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A. â–³GHD â‰… â–³EDH by SAS

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Which congruence theorem can be used to prove â–³WXZ â‰… â–³YZX?

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A. AAS

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Which congruence theorem can be used to prove â–³BDA â‰… â–³BDC?

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A. HL

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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. â–³CBF â‰… â–³CDF by SSS
3. â–³BFA â‰… â–³DFE by SAS
5. â–³CBE â‰… â–³CDA by HL

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Line segments AD and BE intersect at C, and triangles ABC and DEC are formed. They have the following characteristics:
âˆ ACB and âˆ DCE are vertical angles
âˆ B â‰… âˆ E
BC â‰… EC
Which congruence theorem can be used to prove â–³ABC â‰… â–³DEC?

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B. ASA

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Consider the diagram. The congruence theorem that can be used to prove â–³LON â‰… â–³LMN is

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A. SSS.