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    • 6.5 SSS & SAS Similarity Theorems November 26, 2012 Bellwork Determine if 2 triangles are similar. If they are, write a similarity  statement.  2.  Yes;     ABE ~     ACD              no Find the length of BC  4.    A tree casts a shadow that is 30 feet  long. At the same time a person standing  nearby,who is five feet two inches tall,  casts a shadow that is 50 inches long. How  tall is the tree to the nearest foot? 37 ft 7.5 Nov 29­3:09 PMHW pg. 391 #4­22 evens & 37 1
    • 6.5 SSS & SAS Similarity Theorems November 26, 2012 6.5 Prove Triangles Similar by SSS & SAS SSS Similarity Theorem:the corr. sides of 2 If s are proportional, then the s are ~. A R If AB = BC = CA, then ABC ~ RST RS ST TR S T C B Nov 29­3:25 PMHW pg. 391 #4­22 evens & 37 2
    • 6.5 SSS & SAS Similarity Theorems November 26, 2012 Nov 29­3:33 PMHW pg. 391 #4­22 evens & 37 3
    • 6.5 SSS & SAS Similarity Theorems November 26, 2012 SAS Similarity Theorem:an < ≅ to another < in 2nd If is and the included sides M are proportional, then the are ~. X If <X≅<M & ZX= XY then XYZ ~ MNP , PM MN P N Z Y Nov 29­3:37 PMHW pg. 391 #4­22 evens & 37 4
    • 6.5 SSS & SAS Similarity Theorems November 26, 2012 Nov 29­3:46 PMHW pg. 391 #4­22 evens & 37 5
    • 6.5 SSS & SAS Similarity Theorems November 26, 2012 p g. #4­22 evens & 37 W H 391 Nov 29­3:47 PMHW pg. 391 #4­22 evens & 37 6