Q: How do you find the scale factor of angle PRQ to angle DEF?

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It is an angle measuring 90 degrees.

The letter E would be at the vertex. The two lines enclosing the angle E would be ED and EF. Usually, to make it quite clear we would call angle E by the description "angle DEF or angle FED (they are the same angle).

If the sides AB, BC and CA of triangle ABC correspond to the sides DE, EF and FD of triangle DEF, then the two triangles are congruent if:AB = DE, BC = EF and CA = FD (SSS)AB = DE, BC = EF and angle ABC = angle DEF (SAS)AB = DE, angle ABC = angle DEF, angle BCA = angle EFD (ASA)If the triangles are right angled at A and D so that BC and EF are hypotenuses, then the triangles are congruent ifBC = EF and AB = DE (RHS)BC = EF and angle ABC = angle DEF (RHA).

They are the angles that are greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

Yes, as long as the label for the vertex stays in the middle, you can read it in any direction you want.

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Answer: Since you are looking for the scale factor of ABC to DEF the answer is 8 because DEF is 8 times larger than ABC.

4,8,12

6 apex

the answer would be 10 0n apex

They are 17 times AB, BC and Ca, respectively.

Angle DEF is the same as angle FED.

in triangle def side de equals 5 and angle d equals 55 find fe

If you mean: 8 12 16 and 10 15 20 then it is 4 to 5

FED and DEF lol

It is an angle measuring 90 degrees.

A triangle if not found congruent by CPCTC as CPCTC only applies to triangles proven to be congruent. If triangle ABC is congruent to triangle DEF because they have the same side lengths (SSS) then we know Angle ABC (angle B) is congruent to Angle DEF (Angle E)

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