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### Similar Triangles II

Prepared by Title V Staff:Daniel Judge, InstructorKen Saita, Program SpecialistEast Los Angeles College

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Mathematicians have been able to show that two triangles, under certain conditions, are similar. Consider the following. . .

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If two vertical angles and a pair of corresponding sides opposite the angles are parallel ( ), then are similar.

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The following situations have to do with using transversals to create similar triangles.

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Choose point C and Z on . Draw a line from B to C and a line through Y that is parallel to .

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Q: Are the following triangles similar if

Answer-- Yes, don’t discriminate against right triangles!

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Now,

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