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Explain why the two figures below are not similar. Use complete sentences and provide evidence to support your explanation.

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  1. anonymous
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    Where are the figures??

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    Explain why the two figures below are not similar. Use complete sentences and provide evidence to support your explanation.

  4. anonymous
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    The figures are similar because the left shape is proportionate to the right. Similarity goes with proportion. Basically, the right shape is technically the left shape but it's 2 times larger.

  5. anonymous
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    the question said to explain why are they not similar

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    the question said to explain why are they not similar

  7. anonymous
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    There are no angles shown, but are the angles congruent? If not, they're not similar. If proportions are not similar, then they are not similar.

  8. anonymous
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    thanks and one questions

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    * one more question

  10. anonymous
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    Go ahead

  11. anonymous
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    How can the Angle-Angle Similarity Postulate be used to prove the two triangles below are similar? Explain your answer using complete sentences, and provide evidence to support your claims.

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    How can the Angle-Angle Similarity Postulate be used to prove the two triangles below are similar? Explain your answer using complete sentences, and provide evidence to support your claims.

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    Angle-Angle similarity can be used to prove that two angles are similar. Count how many angles are on a triangle. They all equal to 180. "Angle-Angle" similarity means that you already know 2 angles. If you already know 2 angles out of 3, and they are the same angles, and the interior sum angle of a triangle is 180, what does that mean?

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    Add up the angles on the left triangle. Now, add the angles up on the right triangle. How will each triangle add up to 180?

  16. anonymous
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    ABC 50+30? then subtract the sum to 180 A'B'C' 97+50?

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    The missing angles are 97 (on the left) and 33 (on the right).

  18. anonymous
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    ok?

  19. anonymous
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    oh ok

  20. anonymous
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    but wat is this telling me

  21. anonymous
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    help me

  22. anonymous
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    I already explained how Angle-Angle similarity works.

  23. anonymous
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    oh srry *__*

  24. anonymous
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    It's fine

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