The ratio between corresponding sides or angles of similar triangles are equal
The ratio of the corresponding sides is the same for each pair.
If two figures are similar or congruent, each angle of the first figure is the same as the corresponding angle of the second figure.In similar figures, the ratio of each side in the first figure to the corresponding side in the second figure is a constant. If the figures are congruent, that ratio is 1: that is, the corresponding sides are of the same measure.
The ratio of any two corresponding similar geometric figures lengths in two . Note: The ratio of areas of two similar figures is the square of the scale factor. The ratio of volumes of two similar figures is the cube of the scale factor. .... (: hope it helped (: .....
The ratio of the lengths of their corresponding sides.
The constant of proportionality or scale factor.
The ratio of any two corresponding lengths in two similar geometric figures is called a Scale Factor.
Yes, congruence is a stronger condition than similarity.
Any two corresponding sides in two similar figures have a common ratio called the scale factor. Since the figures are similar, the ratios of the lengths of corresponding sides of the figures are equal. 1. Match a side of both figures, 2. write the proportions 3. substitute the values 4. Write the cross product 5. Divide both sides by a common factor 6. simplify 7. Convert improper fraction into mixed number
If two rectangles are similar, they have corresponding sides and corresponding angles. Corresponding sides must have the same ratio.
Two geometric shapes are similar if they differ only in their size. For polygons this requires that the corresponding angles of the two polygons are congruent and that the ratio of their corresponding sides is the same.
The corresponding sides of similar solids have a constant ratio.
It is a statement about the relationship of the lengths of corresponding sides of some unspecified figures.
Congruent figures are similar - in sides as well as angles. Corresonding angles of similar figures congruent but their sides are not. The sides are all in some fixed ratio. [If that ratio is 1, the figures are congruent.]
If two polygons are similar then the ratio of their perimeter is equal to the ratios of their corresponding sides lenghts?
Their corresponding angles are equal, or the ratio of the lengths of their corresponding sides is the same.
Two triangles are similar if the angles of one are equal to the [corresponding] angles of the other. This implies ratio of their corresponding sides is a constant.
The answer depends on whether or not the shapes are similar. If they are, then the ratio of volumes is the cube of the ratio of the linear dimensions.