8th grade math

posted by negative nancy

Would a triangle with a vertical length of 6 and a horizontal length of 10 have the same slope as the blue and red triangles shown in the graph?
ANSWER CHOICES
A. Yes, the slopes would be the same
B. No, the slope of the new triangle would be 2:4
C. No, the slope of the new triangle would be 2:5
D. No, the slope of the triangle would be 3:5


Please HELP I need help.

  1. Steve

    hmmm. I don' see no steenking triangles!

  2. Jane

    I say D because 3/5 is a simplified version of 6/10

  3. Sayaka Miki

    Answers for Lesson 5: Slope and Similar Triangles!

    1. A
    2. C
    3. D
    4. C
    5. D

  4. Twig

    Tysm Sayaka Miki, 100% ❤

  5. ❤️FanGirl❤️

    Thank you very much Sataka Miki

  6. alex

    thanks 100%

  7. Anonymous

    right

  8. hi

    ACDC get it lol the last D had to mess it up smh

  9. Sayaka Miki is wrong

    the answers are

    1.A
    2.C
    3.D
    4.D

    got 100%

  10. Mad A$$ COOTCHIE

    ^no she's not dumb ass you just have different questions

  11. 123bruh

    The answers for connections academy are:
    1.) A
    2.) C
    3.) D
    4.) D

  12. Jayce

    123bruh is right!! 100% I swear

  13. clarification

    the Answers for Lesson 5: Slope and Similar connecions academy are


    1. A
    2. C
    3. D
    4. C
    5. D

  14. Anonymous

    Whoever has 4 question isn't taking the gifted course but whoever has 5 they are.

  15. the one who cant lie

    thank you clarification i got 5/5 100% from you thank you

  16. Taylor

    thank you sayaka miki

  17. LittleNoot

    @Sayaka Miki is correct!

  18. Life is pain

    My nama jeffffffff

  19. unknown

    How is 1:A how did you get that. i got B

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