When shapes have the same proportions, they are called 'similar'. That means they could look the same, but one is bigger and the other could be a 'mini-me'. Join our class as we discuss how similar shapes work and how to find missing sides and angles. Scale factor included. Hope you enjoy the t-shirt, slightly politically edgy... YAY MATH!
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