You have all 3 corresponding sides are proportional so you have SSS. That is
You also have SAS because 15/5=18/6 and you have the angle between the sides that I'm referring to in that proportion.
SSS similarity theorem,
From the given picture, the ratio of the corresponding sides will be :-
We can be see that the sides of both triangles is proportional .
So by SSS similarity theorem, we have
ΔKLM ≈ ΔEFGSSS similarity theorem says that if the lengths of the corresponding sides of two triangles are proportional then the triangles are similar. SAS similarity theorem says that if two sides in a triangle are proportional to corresponding two sides in other triangle with the corresponding included angle in both are congruent then the two triangles are similar.
Answer is C
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The Answer is C: Yes, △EFG~ △KLM by SSS or SAS
SSS is for side-side-side
Both triangles have all three sides given, so the SSS similarity theorem is one way to prove these triangles are similar.
SAS is for side-angle-side
Both triangles have one angle measurement given, and two side lengths given, therefore we can also use the SAS similarity theorem to prove the two triangles are similar.
Since both SSS and SAS work to prove the triangles are similar, the correct answer is C: Yes, △EFG~ △KLM by SSS or SAS
(I also just answered this question on the assignment and got it correct)
if ∆gfe ~ ∆mlk then it is because of sas . < f = < l. gf~ml, mk=ge, ef~kl
so the right answer would be the second one.