- anonymous

Figure ABCD is reflected about the x-axis to obtain figure A'B'C'D':

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Which statement best describes the relationship between the two figures?
Figure ABCD is similar to figure A'B'C'D'.
Figure ABCD is bigger than figure A'B'C'D'.
The measure of angle D is equal to the measure of angle A'.
The measure of angle D is equal to the measure of angle B'.

- anonymous

@chaotic_butterflies can u help me again? please

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- chaotic_butterflies

Yes, but I think you included the wrong image, that's the image from the last problem

- anonymous

oh sorry

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@chaotic_butterflies fixed it

- chaotic_butterflies

Ah, much better! Now, let's take a look at your answer choices again. First, let's look at Option B. Is A'B'C'D bigger than ABCD?

- anonymous

no their the same

- chaotic_butterflies

Right! So we can get rid of B! Now, looking at choice A, do you know what the mathmatical definition of similar is?

- anonymous

it means the same, right?

- chaotic_butterflies

Not exactly, here - In Geometry, two shapes are Similar when the only difference is size (and possibly the need to move, turn or flip one around).

- chaotic_butterflies

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- chaotic_butterflies

See these two circles? They're both the same shape, but not the same size, so they're similar!

- anonymous

yes

- chaotic_butterflies

So, you already said that ABC and A'B'C' are the same size, so are they similar?

- anonymous

yes

- chaotic_butterflies

Not quite, it's tricky though! They put that in to confuse you. Two shapes are similar when the only difference is size, and that isn't the case with your two polygons

- anonymous

oh soo if they were the same shape but one was smaller they would be similar, Right?

- chaotic_butterflies

Right, but that's also a little bit confusing because your other two answers are not correct either... Let me try to call in for some extra help..

- anonymous

ok

- chaotic_butterflies

- chaotic_butterflies

@sunflower_seeds it wouldn't hurt to bump your question if you can

- anonymous

okay

- anonymous

i bumped it @chaotic_butterflies

- anonymous

i think its D @chaotic_butterflies

- chaotic_butterflies

Why do you think that?

- anonymous

i just did a educatided guess

- chaotic_butterflies

Well if your guess was educated, then you need at least some evidence pointing towards that answer.

- anonymous

oh, sorry

- Nnesha

where is D ??
there is only ABC

- chaotic_butterflies

No... she included a new image @Nnesha

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- anonymous

so its not B or D so iits A or C. Right? @chaotic_butterflies

- chaotic_butterflies

I don't think it's any of those, I'm afraid you need to ask someone else.

- anonymous

ok thanksany way

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