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  • 3 years ago

Given The picture use the given to prove triangle ABC is similar to ADE.

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  1. grayp
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    |dw:1358232074755:dw|

  2. grayp
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    Have one Side be the statement and the other side be the reason.

  3. grayp
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    statements and reasons

  4. matricked
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    intriangle ABC and triangle ADE 1) <BAC =<DAE (reason ---- common to both) 2) <ABC =< ADE (reason corresponding angles as DE||BC and AB is the transversal) hence triangle ABC and ADE are similar

  5. grayp
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    nice work.

  6. matricked
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    i hope its clear to u me little lazy in drawing tables and other stuffs

  7. grayp
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    Your answering a little different then what my teacher does. Can't you answer it with a similarity postulate?

  8. mathstudent55
    • 3 years ago
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    Statements | Reasons --------------------------------------------------------------- 1. BC || DE | 1. Given 2. <A is congr to <A | 2. Congruence of angles is reflexive 3. <ABC is congr to <ADE | 3. || lines cut by tranversal, corrsesp <s congr. 4. triangle ABC ~ triangle ADE | 4. AA similarity

  9. grayp
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    Much better.

  10. grayp
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    is the greater sign mean the triangle?

  11. mathstudent55
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    This is basically what matricked did. It just looks more formal.

  12. grayp
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    Thanks both of you then. That is all

  13. mathstudent55
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    No, < means angle. For triangle I actually spelled out triangle.

  14. grayp
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    oh ok.

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