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are the triangles similar? options a. yes AA b. yes SAS c. yes SSS d. no
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1?
anonymous
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does that mean A?

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A means angle. AA means Angle-Angle
anonymous
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right
anonymous
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for triangles to be similar, ALL corresponding angles need to have the same measure.
anonymous
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what do you think question #4 is similar or no?
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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agree, by what?
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side ?
anonymous
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no sides are given. but you are given two sides parallel.
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right
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|dw:1332982873122:dw|
anonymous
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do you see why angle J is congruent to angle G? same for angle F and angle K?
anonymous
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so its AA
anonymous
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yes. that's for #4
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#5?
anonymous
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um actually i dont have to do 5, but i do have to do # 8
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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i say "no"
anonymous
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|dw:1332983297622:dw| how about now?
anonymous
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so AA again?
anonymous
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no! SAS
anonymous
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yes....:)
anonymous
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how aobut # 10
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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??? where's 10?
anonymous
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ohhhh 1 second
anonymous
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ohhhh 1 second
anonymous
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ohhhh 1 second
anonymous
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one thousand one....
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here
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# 10 and 16
anonymous
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are you still asking if they're similar or just find x?
anonymous
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find X
anonymous
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for #10 you can set up a proportion....5 is to 3 as x is to 4.5 i.e., 5/3 = x/4.5
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|dw:1332983769752:dw|
anonymous
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solve for x...
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5.5
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try again...
anonymous
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no! 7.5
anonymous
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correct.
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#16?
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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|dw:1332984000640:dw| see the two angles I marked? how do you know they're congruent?
anonymous
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i drew the triangles separately so you can see the triangles better.
anonymous
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the angles and the congruent side (6)
anonymous
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no, the side has nothing to do with it... the two angles are congruent because they're vertical angles. sound familiar?|dw:1332984242868:dw|
anonymous
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AA, and would it be 10m?
anonymous
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try again...
anonymous
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oh wait 12 m :)
anonymous
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good work... :)
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thatnks for all your help! you are AWESOME!

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