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In figure #13, name the postulate or theorem that explains why there are congruent triangles. |
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a) SSS | b) SAS | c) ASA | d) AAS | |

In figure #11, name the postulate or theorem that explains why there are congruent triangles. |
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a) SSS | b) SAS | c) AAS | d) HL | |

In figure #11, name the triangles that are congruent. |
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a) triangle RAT and triangle TSQ | b) triangle QST and triangle RTA | c) triangle QST and triangle RAT | d) triangle RAT and triangle SQT | |

In figure #10, name the postulate or theorem that explains why there are congruent triangles. |
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a) SSS | b) SAS | c) ASA | d) HL | |

In figure #10, name a pair of congruent triangles. |
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a) CFE and DEF | b) CEF and DEF | c) FEC and DEF | d) CFE and DFE | |

Find the value of x in problem #9. |
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a) 21 | b) 108 | c) 60 | d) 36 | |

If triangle CEO is congruent to triangle HDF, what side corresponds to FH? |
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a) HF | b) OC | c) CO | d) EO | |

What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #7 congruent? |
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a) AAS | b) ASA | c) HL | d) not enough information | |

What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #6 congruent? |
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a) SSS | b) SAS | c) ASA | d) not enough information | |

What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #5 congruent? |
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a) ASA | b) AAS | c) HL | d) not enough information | |

What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #4 congruent? |
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a) SSA | b) HL | c) SAS | d) not enough information | |

What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #3 congruent? |
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a) SSS | b) SAS | c) ASA | d) not enough information | |

In #2, triangle OES is congruent to triangle _____ |
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a) OEN | b) NEO | c) NOE | d) ONE | |

In #1, triangle PYA is congruent to triangle ______ |
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a) PLA | b) LPA | c) ALP | d) PAL | |

In figure #14, name the postulate or theorem that explains why there are congruent triangles. |
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a) SSS | b) SAS | c) ASA | d) AAS | |

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