Proving Similarity

- 1. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?
A) Yes, AAA B) Yes, SSS C) No, Not enough information. D) Yes, SAS - 2. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?
A) Yes, SAS B) Yes, SSS C) Yes, AAA D) No, Not enough information. - 3. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?
A) Yes, AAA B) Yes, SSS C) No, Not enough information. D) Yes, SAS - 4. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?
A) Yes, SAS B) No, Sides are not proportional C) No, Not enough information D) Yes, SSS - 5. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?
A) No, Sides are not proportional B) Yes, SAS C) No, Not enought information D) Yes, SSS - 6. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?
A) Yes, SSS B) Yes, SAS C) No, Not enough information D) No, Sides are not proportional - 7. In the picture shown angle A = angle D and side AB ~ side DE. What more needs to be known to prove the triangles are similar using SAS
A) side AC = side DF B) angle B = angle E C) side BC ~ side EF D) side AC ~ side DF - 8. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?
A) Yes, SSS B) Yes, SAS C) No, Not enough information D) No, Sides are not proportional - 9. In the picture shown angle A = angle D and side AB ~ side DE. What more needs to be known to prove the triangles are similar using AAA
A) angle B = angle C B) side BC ~ side EF C) angle B = angle E D) side AC = side DE - 10. In the picture shown side AC ~ side DF and side AB ~ side DE. What more needs to be known to prove the triangles are similar using SSS?
A) side BC = side EF B) side BC ~ side AB C) angle A = angle D D) side BC ~ side EF |

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