Recent questions in Similarity

High school geometryAnswered question

Charlize Carrillo 2022-12-17

" The simplest way to write 15: 40 is as ?

1) 2 : 3

2) 5 : 4

3) 8 : 3

4) 3 : 8

1) 2 : 3

2) 5 : 4

3) 8 : 3

4) 3 : 8

High school geometryAnswered question

snaketao0g 2022-10-15

Choose the letter of the word or phrase that best completes each statement: If $$\mathrm{\angle}A\cong \mathrm{\angle}X$$ and $$\mathrm{\angle}C\cong \mathrm{\angle}Z$$, then $$\mathrm{\u25b3}ABC\sim \mathrm{\u25b3}XYZ$$ by the _____. Choose from: a. scale factor, b. AA Similarity Postulate, c. SSS Similarity Theorem, d. SAS Similarity Theorem, e. Symmetric Property of Similarity, f. midsegment, g. dilation, h. enlargement, i. reduction, j. Transitive Property of Similarity.

High school geometryAnswered question

sexiboi150nc 2022-10-02

Choose the letter of the word or phrase that best completes each statement: If $$\mathrm{\u25b3}ABC\sim \mathrm{\u25b3}DEF$$ and $$\mathrm{\u25b3}DEF\sim \mathrm{\u25b3}XYZ$$ then $$\mathrm{\u25b3}ABC\sim \mathrm{\u25b3}XYZ$$ by the __________. Choose from: a. scale factor, b. AA Similarity Postulate, c. SSS Similarity Theorem, d. SAS Similarity Theorem, e. Symmetric Property of Similarity, f. midsegment, g. dilation, h. enlargement, i. reduction, j. Transitive Property of Similarity.

High school geometryAnswered question

skilmarka8j 2022-09-19

What makes a transformation a similarity transformation? What is the relationship between a preimage and the image resulting from a similarity transformation?

High school geometryAnswered question

Medenovgj 2022-09-19

Compare and contrast the AA Similarity Postulate, the SSS Similarity Theorem, and the SAS similarity theorem.

High school geometryAnswered question

Kelton Molina 2022-09-18

a. How are the SAS Similarity Theorem and the SAS Congruence Postulate alike? How are they different? b. How are the SSS Similarity Theorem and the SSS Congruence Postulate alike? How are they different?

High school geometryAnswered question

Truscelli3h 2022-09-14

Choose the letter of the word or phrase that best completes each statement: The ratio of the lengths of two corresponding sides of two similar polygons is the __________ . Choose from: a. scale factor, b. AA Similarity Postulate, c. SSS Similarity Theorem, d. SAS Similarity Theorem, e. Symmetric Property of Similarity, f. midsegment, g. dilation, h. enlargement, i. reduction, j. Transitive Property of Similarity.

High school geometryAnswered question

Hrefnui9 2022-09-11

Choose the letter of the word or phrase that best completes each statement: A(n) __________ is an example of a similarity transformation. Choose from: a. scale factor, b. AA Similarity Postulate, c. SSS Similarity Theorem, d. SAS Similarity Theorem, e. Symmetric Property of Similarity, f. midsegment, g. dilation, h. enlargement, i. reduction, j. Transitive Property of Similarity.

High school geometryAnswered question

driliwra7 2022-09-09

Prove that the stated property is a similarity invariant. Trace

High school geometryAnswered question

Deacon House 2022-09-04

Choose the letter of the word or phrase that best completes each statement: If $$\mathrm{\angle}A\cong \mathrm{\angle}X$$ and $$\frac{AB}{XY}=\frac{AC}{XZ}$$, then $$\mathrm{\u25b3}ABC\sim \mathrm{\u25b3}XYZ$$ by the __________. Choose from: a. scale factor, b. AA Similarity Postulate, c. SSS Similarity Theorem, d. SAS Similarity Theorem, e. Symmetric Property of Similarity, f. midsegment, g. dilation, h. enlargement, i. reduction, j. Transitive Property of Similarity

High school geometryOpen question

Bhevelyn Limayo2022-06-21

Instructions: State if the following pair of figures are similar or not. If they are similar, find their scale

High school geometryAnswered question

Directions: Use cross-product property proportion to verify that the ratio is equal. The first one is done for you.

**PLEASE… Answer it correctly with solutions. Thank You!**

High school geometryOpen question

In the figure, what similarity theorem/postulate justifies that ΔREY ~ ΔMAC

High school geometryAnswered question

Suppose that you are headed toward a plateau

70

m high. If the angle of elevation to the top of the plateau is

25°,

how far are you from the base of the plateau?

High school geometryAnswered question

Alyce Wilkinson 2021-11-05

Show that if A and B are similar, then det A=det B.

High school geometryAnswered question

Nann 2021-11-03

Given:

$\mathrm{\u25b3}M\mathrm{ln},\stackrel{\u2015}{ML}=13,\stackrel{\u2015}{MN}=6,\stackrel{\u2015}{NL}=10,\mathrm{\u25b3}RQS,\stackrel{\u2015}{RQ}=39,\stackrel{\u2015}{RS}=18,\stackrel{\u2015}{SQ}=30$

Find the scale factor from$\mathrm{\u25b3}M\mathrm{ln}$ to $\mathrm{\u25b3}RQS$ .

Find the scale factor from

High school geometryAnswered question

Lennie Carroll 2021-08-16

Given two similar pentagons. One pentagons

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