# Reflexive Property Of Congruence

8 Questions | Total Attempts: 101  Settings  The reflexive property of congruence is used to prove congruence of geometric figures. This property is used when a figure is congruent to itself. Angles, line segments, and geometric figures can be congruent to themselves. Congruence is when figures have the same shape and size.

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• 1.
Using the Subtraction Property of Equality: If PQ + ST = RS + ST, then
• A.

PQ=RS

• B.

PR=QS

• C.

PS=RQ

• 2.
Using the Transitive Property of Equality: If BC = CD and CD = EF, then
• A.

BC=EF

• B.

BE=CF

• C.

BF=CE

• 3.
Using the Divison Property of Equality: If 3(m∡A) = 90, then m∡A =
• A.

30

• B.

60

• C.

120

• 4.
Using the Substitution Property of Equality: If LK + JM = 12 and LK = 2, then
• A.

2+JM=12

• B.

2+JM=14

• C.

2+JM=16

• 5.
Using the Symmetric Property of Equality: If angle A = angle B, then
• A.

AngleB=angleA

• B.

AngleB>angleA

• C.

AngleB

• 6.
AB = BA This demonstrates which of the following?
• A.

Multiply by (-1)

• B.

Substitution Property of Equality

• C.

Reflexive Property of Equality

• D.

Transitive Property of Equality

• 7.
If m∡S = 45º, then m∡S – 20º = 25º. This demonstrates which of the following?
• A.

Subtraction Property of Equality

• B.

Substitution Property of Equality

• C.

Reflexive Property of Equality

• D.

Reflexive Property of Equality

• 8.
If ⅛m∡G = 7º, then m∡G = 56º. This demonstrates which of the following?
• A.

Subtraction Property of Equality

• B.

Division Property of Equality

• C.