7.5A similar figures

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7.5.A: Proportionality

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- Q1Which of the following is true about similar figures?The corresponding angles may not be congruent and the corresponding sides are proportional.The corresponding angles are congruent but the corresponding sides may not be proportional.The corresponding angles are congruent and the corresponding sides are equal.The corresponding angles are congruent and the corresponding sides are proportional.120s7.5.A: Proportionality
- Q2Two rectangles are said to be similar if:Their corresponding angles can be different, but the ratio of their corresponding side lengths is the same.Their corresponding angles and the ratio of their corresponding side lengths can be different.Their corresponding angles are congruent, but the ratio of their corresponding side lengths can be different.Their corresponding angles are congruent, and the ratio of their corresponding side lengths is the same.300s7.5.A: Proportionality
- Q3Which statement is true about similar triangles?The corresponding angles may not be congruent and the corresponding sides are equal.The corresponding angles are congruent and the corresponding sides are equal.The corresponding angles are congruent but the corresponding sides may not be proportional.The corresponding angles are congruent and the corresponding sides are proportional.120s7.5.A: Proportionality
- Q4In similar figures, what does it mean for the corresponding sides to be proportional?The ratios of their lengths are equal.The lengths of the corresponding sides can vary.The ratios of their lengths can vary.The lengths of the corresponding sides are equal.300s7.5.A: Proportionality
- Q5Which of the following statements is true about similar figures?The corresponding angles may not be congruent and the corresponding sides are equal.The corresponding angles are congruent and the corresponding sides are proportional.The corresponding angles and the corresponding sides are both equal.The corresponding angles are congruent but the corresponding sides may not be proportional.300s7.5.A: Proportionality
- Q6Two polygons are said to be similar if:Their corresponding angles are congruent and the ratios of their corresponding side lengths are equal.Their corresponding angles can be different, but the ratios of their corresponding side lengths are equal.Their corresponding angles and the ratios of their corresponding side lengths can be different.Their corresponding angles are congruent, but the ratios of their corresponding side lengths can be different.300s7.5.A: Proportionality
- Q7In similar figures, what does it mean for the corresponding angles to be congruent?The angles have equal side lengths.The angles have different measures.The angles have proportional measures.The angles have equal measures.300s7.5.A: Proportionality
- Q8If two polygons have proportional side lengths but different angles, are they similar?MaybeNoIt dependsYes300s7.5.A: Proportionality