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angles are congruent. That is sufficient to force the corresponding sides to be proportional - which is the other definition of similarity.

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Similar triangles are triangles whose corresponding are congruent and whose corresponding sides are proportional in length?

angles


Similar triangles are triangles whose corresponding angles are congruent and whose corresponding sides are in length?

proportional


What are triangles whose corresponding angles are equal and corresponding sides are in proportion?

Similar triangles.


What is the term used for the Triangles whose corresponding angles are equal?

They are similar triangles.


What are the corresponding sides called in similar triangles whose corresponding angles are congruent?

Proportional.


Are congruent triangles similar?

Yes, similar triangles are congruent because in order to be congruent they must first be equal. Which in turn is the definition of a similar triangle. A triangle equal in angle measurements and/or side lengths. So, yes.


With similar triangles the corresponding angles are equal True or False?

True. With similar triangles the corresponding angles are equal.


Are the angle measures of similar triangles different?

for two similar triangles , their corresponding angles are equal.


What are two congruent triangles?

They are two triangles whose corresponding sides and angles are the same.


Will the lengths of two corresponding altitudes of similar triangles will have the same ratio as any pair of corresponding sides?

It is given that two triangles are similar. So that the ratio of their corresponding sides are equal. If you draw altitudes from the same vertex to both triangles, then they would divide the original triangles into two triangles which are similar to the originals and to each other. So the altitudes, as sides of the similar triangles, will have the same ratio as any pair of corresponding sides of the original triangles.


Are corresponding angles of similar triangles congruent?

Yes.


What is true about corresponding angles and corresponding sides of similar figures?

The ratio between corresponding sides or angles of similar triangles are equal

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