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What is congruence and what is similarity? (Select 2)
When a shape has the same side lengths as another but not angle measures
When a shape has the same angle measures as another but not the same side lengths
When a two shapes are equivalent in size and shape
When a two figures have the same amount of angles but not the same side lengths
To find scale factor you must:
Subtract a side length by a side length
Divide one side length by another side length
Multiply one side length by another side length
Multiply all sides together and divide that number by the amount of sides
What does a double prime look like
X''
X^{2'}
X'
X'''
Assume triangle A is similar to triangle B, find X
8
14
20
16
Are the following similar? Why or why not?
Yes, one side length is congruent
No, the corresponding angles are not equal
No, the ratios of the corresponding sides are not equal
Yes, they have the same amount of sides
If a scale factor is less than one, the new figure will be
equal
smaller
inverse
larger
Did you watch Bob the Builder as a kid?
Yes
No
Who is that?
I still do
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