Proving Similarity
 1. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?A) Yes, AAAB) Yes, SSSC) Yes, SASD) No, Not enough information.2. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?A) No, Not enough information.B) Yes, SASC) Yes, AAAD) Yes, SSS3. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?A) No, Not enough information.B) Yes, SASC) Yes, AAAD) Yes, SSS4. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?A) No, Not enough informationB) Yes, SSSC) No, Sides are not proportionalD) Yes, SAS5. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?A) Yes, SSSB) No, Sides are not proportionalC) Yes, SASD) No, Not enought information6. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?A) No, Sides are not proportionalB) Yes, SASC) No, Not enough informationD) Yes, SSS7. 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 SASA) angle B = angle EB) side AC = side DFC) side BC ~ side EFD) side AC ~ side DF8. Are the triangles similar? What information helps you prove it?A) No, Sides are not proportionalB) No, Not enough informationC) Yes, SASD) Yes, SSS9. 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 AAAA) side AC = side DEB) angle B = angle CC) side BC ~ side EFD) angle B = angle E10. 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 EFB) side BC ~ side EFC) side BC ~ side ABD) angle A = angle D
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