Ok, well I'm going to start at the beginnig of cramming for this test. Can anyone explain similar polygons? In my book there are a buncj=h of proportions, if that helps you kno0w how to explain this...
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well they are the same shape for a start
and corresponding sides are in the same proportion
Ok, I know that they are the same shape, and I know how to cross multiply, but how do you get from the fact that they are the same shape, to that they are similar using proportions? If you can draw how, I would understand it better. Thanks!