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8.1

Practice A
For use with pages 457464

The girls soccer team won 10 games and lost 2, and the boys
soccer team won 12 games and lost 3.
1. What is the ratio of the girls wins to their losses?
2. What is the ratio of the boys wins to their losses?
3. What is the ratio of the girls wins to the total number of games played?

## Simplify the ratio.

6.

6 yards
12 yards

7.

14 trucks
7 trucks

8.

16 people
24 people

9.

32 meters
24 meters

Find the width to length ratio of each rectangle. Then simplify the
ratio.
10.

11.

12.
8 in.

12 cm

2 ft

10 in.
16 cm
8 in.

## Rewrite the fraction so that the numerator and denominator have

the same units. Then simplify.
13.

2 yd
24 in.

14.

60 mm
1 cm

15.

40 g
1 kg

16.

20 ft
3 yd

17.

3 lb
12 oz

18.

5 weeks
30 days

19.

85 cm
0.5 m

20.

2 mi
60 ft

## Solve the proportion.

21.

x
10

3 15

22.

y
2

10 5

23.

20
m

30 120

24.

4
16

x2 x5

25.

3
15

y2
y

26.

2
3

y3
y

27. On an N-gauge model train set, a tank car is 3.75 inches long. An actual

tank car is 50 feet long. What is the ratio of the length of the actual car to
the length of the model tank car?

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4. What is the ratio of the boys wins to the total number of games played?

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8.2

Practice A
For use with pages 465471

1. If

a 3
b ?
 , then  .
b 4
a ?

2. If

a ?
a 3
 , then  .
b 4
3 ?

3. If

a 3
ab ?
 , then
 .
b 4
b
?

4. If

? 7
a 3
 , then  .
b 4
? 4

5. If

m 4
n
4
 , then  .
n
5
m 5

6. If

3 m
m 3
 , then  .
n
6
n
6

7. If

m 2
mn 5
 , then
 .
n
3
n
3

8. If

m 3
1
mn
 , then
 .
n
4
n
4

## Find the geometric mean of the two numbers.

9. 4 and 9

10. 4 and 16

11. 3 and 12

12. 5 and 20

13. 4 and 8

14. 6 and 12
Lesson 8.2

Use the diagram and the given information to find the unknown
length.
15. Given:

AB
AC

, find BD.
BD CE

16. Given:

A
4
B

MN MP

, find PQ.
NO
PQ

10
C
15

12
E

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## In Exercises 17 and 18, construct a verbal model and solve the

proportion.
17. The recommended application for a particular type of lawn fertilizer is one

50-pound bag for 575 square feet. How many bags of this type of fertilizer
would be required to fertilize 2850 square feet of lawn?
Verbal Model:

a.
b.

?
?

c.
d.

?
?

18. You have just moved into a new neighborhood and a new house valued at

\$110,000. If your next door neighbor pays \$1,150 in real estate taxes each
year on a house valued at \$89,000, how much a year should you expect to
pay in real estate taxes? (Assume that the rate is the same.)
Verbal Model:

a.
b.

?
?

c.
d.

?
?

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8.3

Practice A
For use with pages 473479

You are given the length and width of three rectangles. Which two
are similar?
1. a. 5 in.  7 in.

## b. 8.5 in.  11 in.

c. 10 in.  14 in.

2. a. 4 ft  5 ft

b. 20 ft  25 ft

c. 8 cm  1 m

3. a. 3 cm  15 cm

b. 3 ft  15 in.

c. 6 cm  30 cm

b. 21 in.  49 in.

c. 1 ft  3 ft

4. a.

3
2

cm

7
2

cm

## List all pairs of congruent angles and write the statement of

proportionality for the figures.
5. GRM ~ TFD
M

7.  ABCD ~  MNOP

6. STR ~ JKL
T

R
T

R
K

G
F

statement.
8.

6
X

10
T

10

10

15

Lesson 8.3

9.

12

## In the diagram at the right, polygon ABCD ~ polygon GHIJ.

10. Find the scale factor of polygon ABCD to polygon GHIJ.

11

11

## 13. Find the perimeter of each polygon.

14. Find the ratio of the perimeter of ABCD to the perimeter

D
G

of GHIJ.

x
y

C
H

5.5
J

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8.4

Practice A
For use with pages 480487

## Which triangles are similar to EFG? Explain.

1. E

A.

B.

30

C.
60

60

35
F

2. E

A.
70

B.

C.
70

40

45

G
F

Decide whether ABC and DEF are similar, not similar, or cannot
be determined for the given information.
3.

4.

92

48

43

41

92

55

48

77

57

5.

D
A

70

F
C

67

The triangles shown are similar. List all the pairs of congruent
angles and write the statement of proportionality.
6.

7. A

8.

L
M

E
Q

9. MON ~

11.
12.

MN ON MO


?
?
?
16
?

?
10

12

x H

?
8

16
?

10

16

Lesson 8.4

10.

## 13. Solve for x and y.

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8.5

Practice A
For use with pages 488496

## Name a postulate or theorem that can be used to prove that the

two triangles are similar. Then, write a similarity statement.
1.

2.

V
4

12

D
6

Q
A

3. M

Determine which two of the three given triangles are similar. Find
the scale factor for the pair.
4. A

G
7

59

8
4

38

3.5

I
3

5. J

75

20

30

Are the triangles similar? If so, state the similarity and the postulate
6.

A
F

7. C

41 92

57

92
D
C

## Decide whether the statement is true or false.

8. If an acute angle of a right triangle is congruent to an acute angle of another

## right triangle, then the triangles are similar.

9. All equilateral triangles are similar.
10. If two triangles are congruent, then they are similar.
11. If two triangles are similar, then they are congruent.
12. All isosceles triangles with a 40 vertex angle are similar.

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8.6

Practice A
For use with pages 498505

3.

BD
?

2.
DF EG

AB BC

1.
AF
?

BD
?

4.

B
A

AC
AB

AG
?

C
E

AB
?

6.
DF EG

reasoning.
7.

AB
AC

BD CE

8.

AC
BC

CE DE

9.

EC ED

CA
CB

10.

DB EC

BA
CA

Lesson 8.6


5.
FG
?

## Determine whether the given information implies YZ  VW. If they

are parallel, state the reason.
11.

XY
XZ

XV XW

12.

XY
XZ

YV ZW

A. 9

B.

C. 6

D.

1212
1712

15. GF

16. FC

17. ED

18. FE

6
G

4
B

6
F

C
4

## Find the value of the variable.

19.

20.

21.

N
a
X

3
W
a

6
4

E
8 F

B
x

18

C
10
M 4
Y

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8.7

Practice A
For use with pages 506513

## ABC is mapped onto ABC by a dilation at D. Complete the

statement.
1. ABC is (congruent, similar) to ABC.

DA 3
 , then ABC is (larger, smaller) than ABC, and the
DA
5
dilation is (a reduction, an enlargement).

2. If

DB 3
 , then ABC is (larger, smaller) than ABC, and the
DB
2
dilation is (a reduction, an enlargement).

3. If

4.

5.

6.

P

10
P

20

Lesson 8.7

P 15

7
C

P

## The larger polygon is an enlargement of the smaller polygon. What is

the scale factor? Solve for the variables.
7.

8.

5
4

1
2

12

9.

1
5

1
2

20

y
2

Use the origin as the center of the dilation and the given scale factor
to find the coordinates of the vertices of the image of the polygon.
10. k  2

11. k 

1
2

H
1

2
1