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In ΔDEF shown below, segment DG is an altitude: Triangle DEF with segment DG drawn from vertex D and intersecting side EF. Which of the following is a step towards proving the similarity of triangles ΔDEF and ΔGED? (6 points) Segment EF is a hypotenuse. Angle E is congruent to itself. Segment ED is shorter than segment EF. Segment EF is intersected by segment DG.

Whitney Matthews

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on January 3, 2019

I found the corresponding image.The step to demonstrate the similarity of triangles DEF and GED is:the ANGLE E IS CONGRUENT TO ITSELF.ΔDEF is a right triangle. Its hypotenuse is EF, long legs is the DF, its short leg is.ΔGED is also a right triangle. Its hypotenuse is, its long leg is the general directorate, in your short leg is GE.Only one Angle And is in both triangles and its measurement remains the same.

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