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- Q1Which of the following is true about the diagonals of a parallelogram?They bisect each otherThey are perpendicularThey are congruentThey are equal in length30sHSG.CO.C.11
- Q2Two figures are said to be congruent if you can obtain one figure from the other using which set of transformations?Dilation and translationRotation and dilationTranslation and stretchingTranslation, rotation, and reflection30sHSG.CO.B.6
- Q3What does the Side-Side-Side (SSS) criterion imply about triangle congruence in terms of rigid motions?It only shows that the triangles have the same perimeter.It implies that the triangles have the same angles.It determines similarity but not congruence.It implies that if three sides of one triangle are congruent to three sides of another triangle, they can be mapped onto each other using rigid motions.30sHSG.CO.B.8
- Q4Which of the following statements is true about vertical angles?Vertical angles are equal to 90 degreesVertical angles are congruentVertical angles are supplementaryVertical angles are complementary30sHSG.CO.C.9
- Q5When a line passes through the center of dilation, what happens to the line after the dilation?The line curves.The line intersects itself.The line becomes a parallel line.The line remains unchanged.30sHSG.SRT.A.1.A