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quadrilateral DXHW ∼ quadrilateral LSCT

 

Drag the answers into the boxes to match each part of quadrilateral DXHW with the corresponding part of quadrilateral LSCT.

 

HW¯¯¯¯¯¯¯   <----------->   ___________

∠X                  <----------->   ___________

∠D                  <----------->   ___________

DW¯¯¯¯¯¯     <----------->   ___________

 

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AngelRay  Nov 17, 2017

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The order in which the figure is written is very important because this indicates which sides correspond and which angles correspond.

 

If quad( DXHW ) is similar to quad( LSCT ),

then side( DX ) is similar to side( LS ), side( XH ) is similar to side( SC ), side( HW ) is similar to side( CT ), and

        side( WD ) is similar to side( TL )

and angle( D ) is congruent to angle( L ), angle( X ) is congruent to angle( S ), angle( H ) is congruent to angle( C ),

       angle( W ) is congruent to angle( T )

geno3141  Nov 17, 2017
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Best Answer

The order in which the figure is written is very important because this indicates which sides correspond and which angles correspond.

 

If quad( DXHW ) is similar to quad( LSCT ),

then side( DX ) is similar to side( LS ), side( XH ) is similar to side( SC ), side( HW ) is similar to side( CT ), and

        side( WD ) is similar to side( TL )

and angle( D ) is congruent to angle( L ), angle( X ) is congruent to angle( S ), angle( H ) is congruent to angle( C ),

       angle( W ) is congruent to angle( T )

geno3141  Nov 17, 2017

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