Triangle ABC Triangle FDE are similar. What is the similarity ratio from triangle ABC to FDE?

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Triangle ABC Triangle FDE are similar. What is the similarity ratio from triangle ABC to FDE?
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Clara Reese
Answered 2021-08-01 Author has 120 answers
Step 1
The similarity ratio of triangle ABC and FDE is
Step 2
Given:
ABC=FDC

If two triangles are similar AB=FD, BC=DE, AC=FE
similarity ratio
ABFD=412=13
AB:DF=1:3
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