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davian

  • 3 years ago

way stuck ..need help ...If the dimensions of triangle RAH are twice as large as the corresponding dimensions of triangle EAC , calculate length of line segmant RA and line segment AH and . Then, explain if triangle RAH~triangle EAC

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    dimensions of RAH twice as large EAC so RA=2*EA AH=2*AC so RA=2*3.5=7 AH=2*6=12 since we are given that triangle RAH is twice of EAC the corresponding sides of both the triangles are in the same ratio. so both are similar

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    thank you

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