Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

Based on the diagram and congruent
marks, what would be a correct congruence statement and the most likely reason the triangles might be
congruent?    
a.  because SSS  b. 
because SAS  c.  because
ASA  d.  because AAS  e.  There is not enough
information to guarantee congruent triangles. 


2.

Based on the diagram and congruent
marks, what would be a correct congruence statement and the most likely reason the triangles might be
congruent?    
a.  because SSS  b. 
because SAS  c.  because
ASA  d.  because AAS  e.  There is not enough
information to guarantee congruent triangles. 


3.

Consider the diagram, congruent
marks, and circle with a center at point B.
What would be a correct congruence statement and
the most likely direct reason the triangles might be congruent?    
a.  because SSS  b. 
because SAS  c.  because
ASA  d.  because AAS  e.  There is not enough
information to guarantee congruent triangles. 


4.

Based on the diagram and congruent
marks, what would be a correct congruence statement and the most likely reason the triangles might be
congruent?    
a.  because HL  b. 
because SAS  c.  because
ASA  d.  because AAS  e.  There is not enough
information to guarantee congruent triangles. 


5.

Based on the diagram and congruent
marks, what would be a correct congruence statement and the most likely reason the triangles might be
congruent?    
a.  because SSS  b. 
because SAS  c.  because
ASA  d.  because HL  e.  There is not enough
information to guarantee congruent triangles. 


6.



7.

What would be the reason on the 3 ^{rd} step of the
proof?
a.  Reflexive Property of Congruence  d.  Isosceles Triangle
Theorem  b.  Alternate Interior Angles Theorem  e.  Vertical Angles are
Congruent  c.  Definition of Midpoint 
