# Congruent triangles (ASA and AAS)

## Quiz by Oak National Academy: KS3 Maths (2)

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- Q1The criteria ASA (angle-side-angle) and AAS (angle-angle-side) are equivalent. True or false?False - one is where you know the side between two angles and the other isn't.True - if you know two angles in a triangle then you can calculate the third.30s
- Q2Triangle ABC and triangle XYZ are congruent by AAS/ASA. Which angle in triangle XYZ is 46°?∠XZYIt doesn't matter∠YXZ30s
- Q3Match each triangle on the top row to the triangle on the bottom row that it is congruent to.Users link answersLinking30s
- Q4Which of the following triangles is not guaranteed to be congruent to the other three triangles?30s
- Q5Which of these quadrilaterals can be split into two congruent triangles using one diagonal?Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30s
- Q6Complete this congruence proof. ∠ABD = ∠BDC as they are given in the diagram, BD is a shared edge and ∠ADB = ∠DBC as they are equal ______ angles, so triangle ABD and BDC are congruent by SAS.Users enter free textType an Answer30s