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coe

  • 2 years ago

Which theorem or postulate proves the two triangles are similar?

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  1. coe
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    wrong pic

  2. coe
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  3. ryan123345
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    lol thats what i thought lmao

  4. ryan123345
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    thats a trapezoid and a triangle?

  5. coe
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    no it's a different pic

  6. ryan123345
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    ok

  7. coe
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  8. coe
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    you see it?

  9. Sujay
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    AA and ASA work for this

  10. coe
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    huh AA or ASA?

  11. Sujay
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    Angle Angle, and Angle-Side-Angle

  12. coe
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    would it be both? or one of them?

  13. coe
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    because i see those to as answers

  14. Sujay
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    Oh wow, well they both technically work, I would go for AA if I had to really chose one.

  15. Sujay
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    Technically speaking, ASA is based off of AA.

  16. coe
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    okay so you would go with AA?

  17. coe
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    you there?

  18. Sujay
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    Yup

  19. coe
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    okay thank you soo much for your help do you think you can help me with a couple more practice problems?

  20. Sujay
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    Of course

  21. coe
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    Which theorem or postulate proves the two triangles are similar?

  22. coe
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  23. Sujay
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    Angle-Angle once again. Sorry for the late response, I got caught up on homework.

  24. coe
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    oh i'm sorry is it a lot?

  25. Sujay
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    No, I'm just going back and forth :P. I was getting calc help from this sit anyways

  26. Sujay
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    site*

  27. coe
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    oh okay can you still help me with some more?

  28. Sujay
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    yup

  29. coe
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    okay

  30. coe
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    State whether the triangles are similar. If so, write a similarity statement and the postulate or theorem you used.

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  32. Sujay
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    SASm side-angle-side

  33. coe
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    which angles would it be wit SAS? these are the chioces i see: OMN ~ OJK; SSS ~ OMN ~ OJK; SAS ~ OMN ~ JKO; SAS ~

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