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- Q1
1. Which of the following congruence theorems for right triangles can be used to prove two congruent right triangles instead of using SAS CP?

HyL CTh

HyA CTh

LL CTh

LA CTh

30sM8GE-IIIg-1 - Q2
2. In an Isosceles Triangle, each of the following information is true, EXCEPT:

The altitude to the base bisects each base angle.

Two sides of the triangle are congruent

Base angles are congruent

The median to the base bisects the base.

30sM8GE-IIIg-1 - Q3
3. An isosceles triangle can have one right angle. This statement is ____ true.

Sometimes

Indeterminable

Never

Always

30sM8GE-IIIg-1 - Q4
4.If ∆ ADU ≅ ∆VIN, which angle is congruent to ∠A?

∠V

∠A

∠P

∠U

30sM8GE-IIIg-1 - Q5
5. In ∆FLU, which is the included side of ∠F and ∠U?

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{FL\}\}$

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{LU\}\}$

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{LF\}\}$

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{FU\}\}$

30sM8GE-IIIg-1 - Q6
6. How many bisectors does an angle have?

infinite

two

at least one

exactly one

30sM8GE-IIIg-1 - Q7
7. If the corresponding congruent sides are marked, what postulate or theorem can prove that the two triangles are congruent?

ASA CP

SSS CP

SAA CTh

SAS CP

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- Q9
9. Complete the sentence to make the statement true. “In an isosceles triangle _________.

the base angles are congruent.

the base angles and the vertex angle are congruent.

one base and an acute angle are congruent.

no two angles are congruent.

30sM8GE-IIIg-1 - Q10
10. Given the figure, ∆NCR ≅ ∆OCR. What is the measure of ∠CRN if ∠RCO = 25

^{o }and ∠N= 65^{o}.^{ }80

^{o}90

^{o}60

^{o}70

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