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### Quiz + Similar Figures

This was created for the 8th grade TEKS, but is great for 7th grade students as well!Show all questions. Try Again Math6. Type or select your answer, then press "Check". The triangles above are similar. What is the length of BC?

What is the measure of angle A? What is the measure of angle X? What is the measure of angle Z? The trapezoids above are similar. What is the length of RS? What is the measure of angle R? What is the measure of angle T? The parallelograms above are similar. What is the length of JK?

What is the measure of angle J? What is the measure of angle K?

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Delete Quiz. Question 1. Matching sides are called. All angles in similar figures are congruent. Are the following similar? Why or why not? No, the corresponding angles are not equal. No, the ratios of the corresponding sides are not equal. The pair of figures is similar.

Find the missing side. To find the height of a very tall pine tree, you place a mirror on the ground and stand where you can see the top of the pine tree. How tall is the tree? Gwen scans a photo that is 4 in. If she scales the height down to 3 in. A rectangular garden is 45 ft wide and 70 ft long. On a blueprint, the width is 9 in. Identify the length on the blueprint.

Find the perimeter of the large triangle. Complete each proportion. The two right triangles below are similar.Students enter silently. They are allowed to spread out and sit at empty tables and are given the option to use cardboard dividers and noise canceling head phones.

They will also be reminded to watch out for units, vocab terms, and to check their work. At the end of the quiz, all students will be asked to turn in their quizzes, and the Class Work will be distributed. The last question in this quiz proved to be the toughest for students. I make sure to create more spiraled material for future lessons to continue reviewing questions like these.

This is an ideal question which pushes students to high levels of understating linear relationships. Within one context, downloading songs, students are pushed to interpret the meaning of k Krystal can download 2. Students who do not answer this question correctly are failing to see how it all connects. They may, however, understand bits and pieces, as evidenced by their accuracy on the previous questions in the quiz.

This makes data analysis very important. A student who missed a few questions in s 1 — 7 understands bits and pieces and needs help putting it all together. These students need small group remediation no more than two times the following week. Students who struggled with most of this Quiz are most likely struggling to understand basic building blocks such as how to calculate the unit rate.

This group of students needs intensive remediation and will be invited to after school study groups with the opportunity to make up the quiz. To save time on note taking today, students are given a sheet from the Glencoe math text along with a set of highlighters. I run the powerpoint through the 3 rd and 4 th slides which summarize the definition of similar figures as shapes with corresponding sides that are proportional and corresponding angles which are congruent.

Students are asked to find this information on their sheet and highlight it. Then I distribute their class journals. I ask all students to turn to a fresh sheet, on the right side of the journal, and title our first example Corresponding sides are proportional, highlighting the title at the top of the paper in the journal. Then I ask them to draw trapezoid DEFG from the first example in their worksheet, making sure to label the sides given.

Next, I ask them to fold the worksheet over so that they are covering the solution to this example. We will be working out the solution on our own, and then checking it against their solution. My goal through this activity is to get students used to reading examples from a textbook and working them out on their own to gain understanding of the process without mindlessly reading through it. The next example is titled corresponding angles are congruent.

I first have students define the word congruent as equivalent for this example. We draw two similar, right triangles one smaller than the other and highlight the angles in the triangle. Then I have students label the two acute triangles 45 degrees each and the right angle 90 degrees. We only complete this example with congruent angles and I explain to students that we will be doing more work with angles after the state test. This example may be completed with partners.

Once students have completed this example they are to review the back of the worksheet. I give them a lined sheet of paper and ask them to write a heading at the top along with the title Exit Ticket.Played times.

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### The Similar Figures And Scale Drawing Quiz

Question 1. Yes, they are similar by SAS. No, they're not similar. Cannot be determined. Yes, they are similar by SSS. All angles in similar figures are congruent. A triangle has sizes measuring 11 cm, 16 cm, and 16 cm. A similar triangle has sides measuring x cm, 24 cm, and 24 cm. What is x?

Two shapes that are similar are also congruent. Two shapes that are congruent are also similar. All squares are similar. Are the triangles similar? Solve for x. A tree is 12 feet tall and casts a shadow 9 feet long. A building nearby casts a shadow that measures 21 feet. How tall is the building? Draw a picture, set up a proportion. All corresponding sides are proportional same ratio in similar figures. The triangles are similar. Solve for the question mark. Solve for 'f'.

The pair of figures is similar. Find the missing side. To find the height of a very tall pine tree, you place a mirror on the ground and stand where you can see the top of the pine tree. How tall is the tree? It is enlarged proportionally to banner size. If the width is enlarged to 54 in. Reflection across the y-axis.Played 48 times. Print Share Edit Delete. Live Game Live. Finish Editing. This quiz is incomplete! To play this quiz, please finish editing it.

Delete Quiz. Question 1. The two right triangles below are similar. What is x, the missing side length in triangle DEF? All angles in similar figures are congruent. Sides in similar figures must be proportional. Gwen scans a photo that is 4 in. If she scales the length down to 3 in. It is enlarged proportionally to banner size.

If the width is enlarged to 54 in. A rectangular garden is 45 ft wide and 70 ft long. On a blueprint, the width is 9 in. Identify the length on the blueprint. A tree is 12 feet tall and casts a shadow 9 feet long. A building nearby casts a shadow that measures 24 feet. How tall is the building? Draw a picture, set up a proportion.

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