# Triangle Congruence Quiz 1

12 Questions | Total Attempts: 143  Settings  .

• 1.
How can you prove the triangles are congruent?
• A.

SAS

• B.

SSS

• C.

ASA

• D.

AAS

• 2.
How can you prove the triangles congruent?
• A.

ASA

• B.

AAS

• C.

SAS

• D.

SSS

• 3.
How can you prove the 2 triangles are congruent?
• A.

ASA

• B.

AAS

• C.

SAS

• D.

SSS

• 4.
How can you prove the triangles are congruent?
• A.

ASA

• B.

AAS

• C.

SAS

• D.

SSS

• 5.
What else do you need to prove the triangles are congruent?  Check all that apply
• A.

Angle M = angle G

• B.

Angle K = angle I

• C.

Angle L = angle H

• 6.
How do you know the triangles are congurent?
• A.

SSS

• B.

SAS

• C.

ASA

• D.

HL

• 7.
Which combination of congruent corresponding parts can you not use to prove two triangles congruent?
• A.

SAA

• B.

AAA

• C.

ASA

• D.

SAS

• E.

SSS

• 8.
Two triangles are necessarily congruent if and only if __________.
• A.

Their corresponding angles are congruent.

• B.

Their corresponding sides and corresponding angles are congruent, and they are rotated to the same position.

• C.

Their corresponding sides and corresponding angles are congruent.

• D.

Two of their sides are congruent.

• 9.
by the _______________.
• A.

SAS Postulate

• B.

SSA Postulate

• C.

SSS Postulate

• D.

ASA Postulate

• 10.
• A.

SAS Postulate

• B.

ASA Postulate

• C.

AAA Postulate

• D.

SSS Postulate

• 11.
Which postulate or theorem shows that
• A.

ASA Postulate

• B.

SAS Postulate

• C.

SSS Postulate

• D.

AAS Theorem

• 12.
By which reason can it be proven that triangles DAB and DAC are congruent?
• A.

AAA

• B.

AAS

• C.

SSA

• D.

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