anonymous
  • anonymous
fan/medal to whoever helps me Triangle DEF has been dilated to form triangle D'E'F'. What is the least amount of information needed to determine if the two triangles are similar?
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anonymous
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Angle F=F', angle E=E', and segments EC and E'C' are congruent. Segment EC=E'C', segment DF=D'F', and angles E and E' are congruent. Angles E and E' are congruent, and angles F and F' are congruent. Segments DF and D'F' are congruent, and segments EF and E'F' are congruent.
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anonymous
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Let us first define what it means to be a dilated triangle. A dilated triangle is simply a scaled triangle. Let's talk about this scaled triangle. Are the lengths of the sides going to be the same? Are the angles of the triangle going to be the same?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i got the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
What did you conclude?
anonymous
  • anonymous
answer is C
anonymous
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I would agree :) Good job.

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