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SIMILAR TRIANGLES Similar figures have the same shape, but are a different size.

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SIMILAR TRIANGLES Corresponding sides of similar figures are proportional. 2" 4" 3" 6"

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SIMILAR TRIANGLES Using proportions, we can find the lengths of missing sides of similar figures. 6" 12" 4" ?

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SIMILAR TRIANGLES 6" 12" 4" x 612 4 = x

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6" 12" 4" x 6 12 4 = x x = 48÷6 = 8"

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SIMILAR TRIANGLES 6" 12" 4" ? 64 12 = x

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6" 12" 4" x 6 4 12 = x x = 48÷6 = 8"

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SIMILAR RECTANGLES 7"x 4" x 8"

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7"x 4" x 7 x 4 = 8 8"

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7"x 4" x 7 x 4 = 8 8" x = 14"

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SIMILAR RECTANGLES 7"x 4" x 7 4 x = 8 8"

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7"x 4" x 7 4 x = 8 7.5" x = 14"

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SIMILAR RECTANGLES 5" 8" x 10"

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5" 8" x 5 8 10 = x 10"

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5" 8" x 5 8 10 = x 10" x = 16"

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SIMILAR RECTANGLES 5" 8" x 5 10 8 = x 10"

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5" 8" x 5 10 8 = x 10" x = 16"

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Objective: You will learn how to determine if a number is a perfect square and how to find the square root of perfect squares.

Objective: You will learn how to determine if a number is a perfect square and how to find the square root of perfect squares.

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