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WILL MEDAL AND FAN One triangle on a graph has a vertical side of 5 and a horizontal side of 11. Another triangle on a graph has a vertical side of 15 and a horizontal side of 33. Could the hypotenuses of these two triangles lie along the same line? No, because they need to be the same size No, because they are not similar triangles Yes, because all triangles can fit along this line Yes, because they are similar triangles

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yes because multiply by three and they would technically be congruent so i think that it is yes because they are similar.

  2. anonymous
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    THANKS @kiki_diaggo_

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yup yup

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