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Similar Triangles
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GCSE Maths (Year 8 Shape, Space and Measures 2) Quiz on Similar Triangles, created by Ellen Billingham on 05/08/2013.
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year 8 shape
space and measures 2
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geometry
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Question 1
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What are the two rules for shapes to be similar?
Answer
All corresponding sides must be in the same proportion.
The rotation of the two shapes must be the same.
The shapes must not be touching.
All corresponding angles must be equal.
The sides of the two shapes must be parallel.
Question 2
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For triangles to be similar, do you have to prove both conditions?
Answer
Yes
No
Question 3
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If two triangles have all of their angles the same, are they similar?
Answer
Yes
No
Question 4
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What is the first step to working out a missing side to one of the triangles?
Answer
Prove the triangles' similarity
Find the ratio of the corresponding sides
Question 5
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What is the second step?
Answer
Prove the triangles' similarity
Find the ratio of the corresponding sides
Question 6
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If two triangles look the same on a paper, does that mean they are similar?
Answer
Yes
No
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