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GCSE Similarity Dr J Frost Last modified: 19 th February 2015 GCSE Revision Pack References: 131, 137, 171, 172

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GCSE Specification Pack RefDescription 171Solve problems involving finding lengths in similar shapes. 172Understand the effect of enlargement for perimeter, area and volume of shapes and solids. Know the relationships between linear, area and volume scale factors of mathematically similar shapes and solids 131Convert between units of area 137Convert between volume measures, including cubic centimetres and cubic metres

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Similarity vs Congruence Two shapes are congruent if: They are the same shape and size (flipping is allowed) Two shapes are similar if: They are the same shape (flipping is again allowed) a a a b b b ? ?

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Similarity These two triangles are similar. What is the missing length, and why? ? There’s two ways we could solve this:

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Quickfire Examples Given that the shapes are similar, find the missing side (the first 3 can be done in your head) ? ? ? ?

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Harder Problems In the diagram BCD is similar to triangle ACE. Work out the length of BD. ? 1 2 The diagram shows a square inside a triangle. DEF is a straight line. What is length EF? (Hint: you’ll need to use Pythag at some point) Work out with your neighbour. ?

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(Vote with your diaries) What is the length x? x 1 4 8

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(Vote with your diaries) What is the length x? x 4 8 9

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(Vote with your diaries) What is the length x? x

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Exercise ? ? ? ? ? 3 ? ? 11 [Source: IMO] A square is inscribed in a right-angled triangle as shown. What is the side-length of the square? 22 33 ? ? ?

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A4/A3/A2 paper A4 A5 “A” sizes of paper (A4, A3, etc.) have the special property that what two sheets of one size paper are put together, the combined sheet is mathematically similar to each individual sheet. What therefore is the ratio of length to width? ?

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Scaling areas and volumes 3cm 2cm 6cm 9cm A Savvy-Triangle is enlarged by a scale factor of 3 to form a Yusutriangle. Area = 3cm 2 Area = 27cm 2 Length increased by a factor of 3 Area increased by a factor of 9 ? ? ? ? ? ?

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Scaling areas and volumes For area, the scale factor is squared. For volume, the scale factor is cubed. Example: A shape X is enlarged by a scale factor of 5 to produce a shape Y. The area of shape X is 3m 2. What is the area of shape Y? Bro Tip: This is my own way of working out questions like this. You really can’t go wrong with this method! Shape XShape Y Length: Area: 3m 2 75m 2 ? ? Example: Shape A is enlarged to form shape B. The surface area of shape A is 30cm 2 and the surface area of B is 120cm 2. If shape A has length 5cm, what length does shape B have? Shape AShape B Length: Area: 30cm 2 120cm 2 ? 5cm 10cm ? ?

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2160cm 3 Scaling areas and volumes For area, the scale factor is squared. For volume, the scale factor is cubed. Example 3: Shape A is enlarged to form shape B. The surface area of shape A is 30cm 2 and the surface area of B is 270cm 2. If the volume of shape A is 80cm 3, what is the volume of shape B? Shape AShape B Length: Area: Volume: 30cm 2 270cm 2 ? ? ? 80cm 3 ?

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Test Your Understanding A B These 3D shapes are mathematically similar. If the surface area of solid A is 20cm 2. What is the surface area of solid B? Volume = 10cm 3 Volume = 640cm 3 640cm 3 Solid ASolid B Length: Area: Volume: 20cm 2 320cm 2 10cm 3 Answer = 320cm 2 ?

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Exercises 1 Copy the table and determine the missing values. Shape A Shape B Length: Area: Volume: 3cm 5cm 2 10cm 3 6cm 20cm 2 80cm 3 ? ? ? ? 2 Determine the missing values. Shape A Shape B Length: Area: Volume: 5m 8m 2 12m 3 15m 72m 2 324m 3 ? ? ? ? 3 Determine the missing values. Shape A Shape B Length: Area: Volume: 1cm 4cm 2 3cm 3 5cm 100cm 2 375cm 3 ? ? 4 Determine the missing values. Shape A Shape B Length: Area: Volume: 6m 8m 2 10cm 3 9m 18m cm 3 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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Test Your Understanding Bro Hint: Scaling mass is the same as scaling what? Volume ? ?

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Units of Area and Volume We can use the same principle to find how to convert between units of volume and area. 1m 100cm ? ? ? ?

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Quickfire Questions ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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