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SAS Vocabulary

adjacent sides Two sides that meet at a vertex.
corresponding angles Angles that have the same relative position in similar figures.
corresponding sides Sides that have the same relative position in similar figures.
equivalent ratios Ratios whose fraction representations are equivalent
image The figure that results from some transformation of a figure.
midpoint A point that divides a line segment into two segments of equal length.
nested triangles Triangles that share a common angle are sometimes called nested.
proportion An equation stating that two ratios are equal.
ratio A comparison of two quantities
rep-tile A figure you can use to make a larger, similar version of the original.
scale drawing An image of a figure that is similar to the original.
scale factor The number used to multiply the lengths of a figure to stretch or shrink it to a similar image.
similar Figures that have corresponding angles of equal measure and the ratios of each pair of corresponding sides are equivalent.
Created by: karmstrong