Solving Problems with Similar and Congruent Triangles Geometry Similarity Solving Problems with Similar and Congruent Triangles Questions Question #fe069 What are the differences between similar triangles and congruent triangles? Are two isosceles triangles always similar? Are two equilateral triangles always similar? Give reasons for your answers to both questions. If two triangles are congruent, are they similar? Please explain why or why not. In the figure given identify the congruent and/or similar triangles and find the value of x and y? Given the similar right triangles in the figure. Find the exact values of x and y? Find the value of x in the figure? Question #7ef19 Question #3cf21 Why can't there be an axiom of congruency of triangles as A.S.S. similar to R.H.S.? Given the figure determine the value of the unknown segment, #x#? Find the value of x for each of the given figures? You have two similar triangles. The first triangle has a height of 10 and an area of 40. If the second triangle is twice as tall, how much area does it cover? In the diagram, BC¯¯¯∥DE¯¯¯ What is CE ? For which segment lengths is ¯¯¯AC¯ parallel to ¯¯DE¯ ? How do you approximate the height of the screen to the nearest tenth? Question #3b0b6 How Can Ken use Similar Triangles to find the height of a Building? Similarity View all chapters Triangle Similarity Solving Similar Triangles Angle Bisector Theorem Solving Problems with Similar and Congruent Triangles Solving Modeling Problems with Similar and Congruent Triangles Prev Next