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    @AriPotta

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    Will you please use Snipping Tool and explain how you got the answer

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    please x 123030049494?

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    looks similar to me

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    THANKS!

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    And....why?

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    because their angles are the same. you can get all mathematical and find the distance of each side and prove they're proportional

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    ah. Btw u did an excellent job drawing.

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    Now, their angles?

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    Oh, u mean

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    6/4 and 9/6?

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    just...do you need to answer why?

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    yep, they're proportional. 6 x 6 = 36 9 x 4 = 36

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    Yes, it says, 'Are these triangles similar?Why?'

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    well there you go

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    When u cross multiply the products r the same?

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    Awesome,wow, I just answerd my own q! lol

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    Thanks very much.

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