By naming the vertices in order, state three different triangles that are similar to each other.
Exercises 1-6
To Find:
The proof of similarity of triangles.
Given figure,
From the figure,
Proof | Statements | |
1 | Given | |
2 | An altitude is a segment from a vertex and perpendicular the opposite side. | |
3 | Angles forms by perpendicular lines are perpendicular | |
4 | Given | |
5 | Right angles are congruent | |
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