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is there any figure related to the question ? :P some part is missing
what do you mean by AO/AB etc.. ie. the / sign its been a while since ive dealt with this
Their the angles i believe
remember that opposite angles are equal*
opposite angles can be seen with the dot
hence the third side of each triangle must be the same if there are two equal angles in each traingle
So is it C because the triangles are similar
i remember writing angles like this
im unclear with the notation you are using
Ok hang on
i have to say it is a bit confusing asking "which proportion is true?" and given no proportions
also labelling angles as A and C, then what are the other bits "AOB = COD" for example? are those angles? if so, they are the same angle "O"
can you post a screenshot of the question?
can u prove the 2 triangles similar ?
i don't think thats required... i'm sure from my distant knowledge its similar triangles because of AAA
all angles are equal?
not to repeat myself, but i think the entire question is unclear based on the wording of the possible answers
perhaps our thoughts will be answered when we get a much more clear idea with what we need to answer
that is often the case!
@ChrystalC are you stuck?
no i got the answer thanks