10-6 Angle Angle Homework

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For Exercises 1 and 2, determine whether the triangles are similar.
if so, write a similarity statement. (Example 1)
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4. HOW tall is the taller flagpole? (Example2)
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Use a Problem=£olving Model The Giant Wheel at Cedar Point in Ohio is
one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the country at 136 feet tall. If the Giant Wheel
casts a 34-foot shadow, write and solve a proportion to determine the height
of a nearby man who casts an 18-inch shadow.
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Find the Error Sara is determining
the height of the lighthouse shown
in the diagram. Find her mistake and
correct it.
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Problems Higher-OrderThinking
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9. Create Write and solve a real-world problem involving indirect measurement.
I0. Evaluate You cut a circular hole linch in diameter in a piece of cardboard.
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With the cardboard 30 inches from your face, the moon fits exactly into the
circular hole. The moon is about 240,000 miles from Earth. Is the moon's
diameter more than 1,500 miles? Explain.
11. Analyze What measures must be known in order to calculate the height of