Ratios and Proportions - Similar figures - First Glance
Two figures that have the same shape are said to be similar.. When two figures are similar, the ratios of the lengths of their corresponding sides are equal.
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malaphor - Wiktionary
Examples "Too many chefs in too many pies" (from "too many chefs spoil the broth" and "one finger in too many pies"); "it's like stabbing a hole in the dark" (from "a stab in the dark" and "hole in the dark");
Similar figures and proportions | MathVillage
Definition: Similar figures are figures that are the exact same shape, but are different sizes.
Similarity (geometry) - Wikipedia
The ratio between the areas of similar figures is equal to the square of the ratio of corresponding lengths of those figures (for example, when the side of a square or the radius of a circle is multiplied by three, its area is multiplied by nine — i.e. by three squared).
Solving Proportions: Similar Figures | Purplemath
Worked examples show how proportions can be used to solve exercises involving "similar" geometric figures.
Little people (mythology) - Wikipedia
Native American folklore. The Native peoples of North America told legends of a race of "little people" who lived in the woods near sandy hills and sometimes near rocks located along large bodies of water, such as the Great Lakes.
Similar - Maths Resources
Resizing. If one shape can become another using Resizing (also called dilation, contraction, compression, enlargement or even expansion), then the shapes are Similar:
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