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Its a picture, id say of intersecting circles ... what is it you are trying to do with it?
Oh I'm sorry I forgot to include the question!
Prove that the two circles shown below are similar.
oh, we would need to know how your material defines similarity.
Okay, can you explain how I would do that? I didn't pay attention in class and I'm really regretting it know lol
i dont have your material, so i wouldnt know how they define it. Your grade is based on what your material gives you.
an idea tho, is to move both so that they are centered at the origin, and then you can dilate one into the other.
So, (an idea) of how they would be similar is that if the enlarge the smaller one 'x' times it would be the same as the larger one?
thats the idea yes. how your material covers it tho, i havent a clue about. but impretty sure it follows that process.
we can also determine a center of dilation if we dont want to move the circles.
i think its easier to move them tho
the radius and circumference are linear measures. radius y = 3 radius x = 2(3) circumference x = 2(3)pi = 6pi circumference y = 2[2(3)]pi = 2(6) pi they have a common among corresponding sides. but im not sure how well this conforms to your material.