Directions: Read the description of each question carefully. Be sure to observe any markings that may appear on the diagrams.

1.

Given the right triangles shown
at the right. ΔFGC is isosceles. Which of the following methods will prove ΔABC congruent to ΔDEF?
Choose:

2.

Given the triangles ABC and DEF as shown at the right. In addition to the markings, AF = CD. Which of the following methods can NOT be used to prove the triangles congruent?

Choose:

3.

Given trapezoid ABCD where .
Which of the following statements is true based on the given information?

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4.

The diagonal from B to D is drawn in parallelogram ABCD. Which of the following methods can NOT be used to prove ?

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5.

Given altitudes in ΔABC. What additional information is needed to prove ?

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6.

Given information is shown marked on the diagrams at the right.
To prove that ΔACB and ΔDFE are congruent by SAS, what additional information is needed?

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7.

and .
Which choice of method can be used to prove
?

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8.

A pair of congruent triangles are shown
at the right, as marked.
Which statement must be true?

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9.

is a perpendicular bisector of
.Which statement can NOT always be proven?

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10.

Shown at the right, ΔFAC is congruent to ΔGEC. Which statement can NOT be proven?

Choose:

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