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# Corresponding points and sides of scaled shapes

Sal identifies corresponding sides and corresponding points in scale copies of figures.

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• for all the 5th graders on here, this is high school geometry not middle school
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• Not me speeding up the video so I can still show my mom I watched it...🤭
• bro my teacher knows when people are speeding up the khan academy videos he's just better
• never back down never what
• im giving up
• what is in a line?
• a straight stick
• Is this Elementary school math im really confuse?
• 7th grade is not elementary so do the math
• i will for mat it to help 🤓
• Can someone run me through the pythagorean theorem and how we use it in these diagrams? I did the practice just fine without it.
• The Pythagorean Theorem is the equation a^2 + b^2 = c^2. With a right triangle, you look for the hypotenuse, which is the side that does not make up the right angle. You look for the measures of the sides that make up the right angle and put them in the a^2 + b^2. Continue solving until the solution is found.