Geometry

Determine whether each statement is always sometimes or never true. If the answer is sometimes or never draw a counterexample.

Two congruent triangels are similar :

Two squares are similar :

Two isosceles triangles are similar :

Two obtuse triangles are similar :

Two equilateral triangles are similar

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  1. Two congruent triangels are similar :
    ALWAYS

    Two squares are similar :
    ALWAYS

    Two isosceles triangles are similar :
    SOMETIMES

    Two obtuse triangles are similar :
    SOMETIMES

    Two equilateral triangles are similar
    ALWAYS

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    posted by Damon
  2. Okay I got that. How would I draw a counterexample?

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  3. LOL, just draw tow isoceles triangle, one equilateral 60 60 60 , one 90 45 45

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