General Questions 



Which of the following is NOT a congruence statement for proving triangles are congruent? 
Triangle ABC has vertices of A(2,2), B (2,2) and C (5,2) Triangle XYZ has vertices of X(4,4), Y(4,0), and Z(7,0) Which of the following can NOT be used to prove that the triangles are congruent? 

Question Group #2 

Directions and/or Common Information: Use the following diagram for the next 7 questions: 

If X is the midpoint of BC, what would be the reason that XB is congruent to XC? 
If BC bisects AD at point X what would be the reason that XA is congruent to XD? 
If the information in #4 and #5 is considered to be a given, how could we prove the triangles are congruent? 
IF AB is congruent to CD and the information in #4 and #5 is considered to be a given, then which of the following is NOT a usable congruence statement? 

