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Name: Exam Style Questions Ensure you have: Pencil, pen, ruler, protractor, pair of compasses and eraser You may use tracing paper if needed Guidance 1. Read each question carefully before you begin answering it. 2. Don ʼ t spend too long on one question. 3. Attempt every question. 4. Check your answers seem right. 5. Always show your workings Revision for this topic
1. ABC and LMN are congruent triangles. Angle B = Angle N (a) Write down the length of MN. .......................... (1) (b) Explain why angle A = angle L ............................................................................................................................ ............................................................................................................................ (2)
2. Shown below are six triangles that are not drawn accurately. Which two triangles are congruent to triangle A?
3. For each pair below, state the condition why they are congruent. (a) Condition: ................... (1) (b) Condition: ................... (1) (c) Condition: ................... (1)
4. James and Chris each draw a triangle with one side of 10cm, one angle of 45° and one angle of 85°. James says their triangles are congruent. Explain why James is incorrect. ............................................................................................................................ ............................................................................................................................ ............................................................................................................................ (2) 5. ABCD is a parallelogram. Prove that triangles ABD and BCD are congruent. (4)
6. Two of the triangles below are congruent.

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