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seiga

  • 3 years ago

geometry:/help!

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  1. seiga
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    i need someone to help me with this and explain it:/

  3. Kamille
    • 3 years ago
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    1. They are similiar, because they have the same angles (look at the picture, the same are re marked the same )

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    • 3 years ago
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    i know but i dont get the other ones too.and i need someone to explain it to me.

  5. Kamille
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    do you know what is similiarity ratio?How to find it?

  6. seiga
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    no.

  7. Kamille
    • 3 years ago
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    smiliarity ratio means, that if two triangles are the similar the ratio of similiar lenghts will be the same and equal to koficient "k" so, according to your problem, k can be found \[k=\frac{ QP }{ BA }\]

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