The vertices of AABC are A(1, -2), B(1,1), and C(5’ 2) Which could be the side lengths of a triangle that is similar but not congruent to ABC?

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If we double all the coords we get a triangle similar to ABC but bigger than it and similar to it:

A'B'C' is the triangle with vertices A'(2,-4), B'(2,2), C'(10,4).

answered May 16 by Rod Top Rated User (559,640 points)

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