Step 1

Consider the figure:

\(\displaystyle\angle{A}{C}{B}=\angle{D}{F}{E}\)

\(\displaystyle{A}{C}={B}{C}\)

\(\displaystyle{D}{F}={E}{F}\)

Step 2

Find the statement for isosceles triangles with equal vertex angles have equal base angles.

Given:

\(\displaystyle\angle{A}{C}{B}=\angle{D}{F}{E}\)

\(\displaystyle{A}{C}={B}{C}\)

\(\displaystyle{D}{F}={E}{F}\)

If two isosceles triangles with equal vertex angles, then they have equal base angles also.

Since, \(\displaystyle\angle{A}{C}{B}=\angle{D}{F}{E}\)

\(\displaystyle\angle{C}{A}{B}=\angle{F}{D}{E}\)

and,

\(\displaystyle\angle{C}{B}{A}=\angle{F}{E}{D}\)

\[\begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline 2.\angle CAB=\angle FDE \\ \angle CBA=\angle FED & \text{2. Isosceles triangles with equal vertex} \\ & \text{angles have equal base angles also.} \\ \hline \end{array}\]

Step 3

Find the reason of similarity of given triangles.

Use theorem 57, If two triangles have the three angles of one equal respectively to the three angles of the other, then the triangles are similar.

Corollary 57-1 If two angles of one triangle are equal respectively to two angles of another, then the triangles are similar. (a.a)

Theorem 58-If two triangles have two pairs of sides proportional and the included angles equal respectively, then the two triangles are similar. (s.a.s)

\(\displaystyle\angle{A}{C}{B}=\angle{D}{F}{E}\) (Theorem 57)

\(\displaystyle\angle{C}{A}{B}=\angle{F}{D}{E}\) and \(\displaystyle\angle{C}{B}{A}=\angle{F}{E}{D}\) (Corollary 57-1)

\(\displaystyle{\frac{{{A}{C}}}{{{D}{F}}}}={\frac{{{B}{C}}}{{{E}{F}}}}\) and All above equal angles (Theorem 58)

So, \(\displaystyle\triangle{A}{B}{C}=\triangle{D}{E}{F}\)

\[\begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline 3.\triangle ABC=\triangle DEF & \text{3. If two triangles have three angles} \\ & \text{of one equal respectively to the} \\ & \text{three angles of the other, then} \\ & \text{the triangles are similar.} \\ \hline \end{array}\]

Consider the figure:

\(\displaystyle\angle{A}{C}{B}=\angle{D}{F}{E}\)

\(\displaystyle{A}{C}={B}{C}\)

\(\displaystyle{D}{F}={E}{F}\)

Step 2

Find the statement for isosceles triangles with equal vertex angles have equal base angles.

Given:

\(\displaystyle\angle{A}{C}{B}=\angle{D}{F}{E}\)

\(\displaystyle{A}{C}={B}{C}\)

\(\displaystyle{D}{F}={E}{F}\)

If two isosceles triangles with equal vertex angles, then they have equal base angles also.

Since, \(\displaystyle\angle{A}{C}{B}=\angle{D}{F}{E}\)

\(\displaystyle\angle{C}{A}{B}=\angle{F}{D}{E}\)

and,

\(\displaystyle\angle{C}{B}{A}=\angle{F}{E}{D}\)

\[\begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline 2.\angle CAB=\angle FDE \\ \angle CBA=\angle FED & \text{2. Isosceles triangles with equal vertex} \\ & \text{angles have equal base angles also.} \\ \hline \end{array}\]

Step 3

Find the reason of similarity of given triangles.

Use theorem 57, If two triangles have the three angles of one equal respectively to the three angles of the other, then the triangles are similar.

Corollary 57-1 If two angles of one triangle are equal respectively to two angles of another, then the triangles are similar. (a.a)

Theorem 58-If two triangles have two pairs of sides proportional and the included angles equal respectively, then the two triangles are similar. (s.a.s)

\(\displaystyle\angle{A}{C}{B}=\angle{D}{F}{E}\) (Theorem 57)

\(\displaystyle\angle{C}{A}{B}=\angle{F}{D}{E}\) and \(\displaystyle\angle{C}{B}{A}=\angle{F}{E}{D}\) (Corollary 57-1)

\(\displaystyle{\frac{{{A}{C}}}{{{D}{F}}}}={\frac{{{B}{C}}}{{{E}{F}}}}\) and All above equal angles (Theorem 58)

So, \(\displaystyle\triangle{A}{B}{C}=\triangle{D}{E}{F}\)

\[\begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline 3.\triangle ABC=\triangle DEF & \text{3. If two triangles have three angles} \\ & \text{of one equal respectively to the} \\ & \text{three angles of the other, then} \\ & \text{the triangles are similar.} \\ \hline \end{array}\]