Table of Contents

- 1 What is another name for similar figures?
- 2 How do you use figure in a sentence?
- 3 What is a similar figure in maths?
- 4 What is meant by similar in maths?
- 5 What is similarity math?
- 6 When can we say that two figures are similar?
- 7 What is the meaning of figured?
- 8 Is it better to have two pictures of the same figure?

## What is another name for similar figures?

In geometry, two similar shapes such as similar triangles, similar rectangles, similar square, are the shapes whose dimensions are in equal or common ratio but the size or length of their sides vary. The common ratio is called the scale factor. Also, the corresponding angles are equal in measure.

### How do you use figure in a sentence?

Figure sentence example

- We can’t figure it out.
- She’s smart enough to figure out what to do.
- The sun made long shadows of her figure as she walked to the house.
- A tall figure lounged against a huge oak tree beside the trail.
- We’ll figure out what to do when we’re all together.

**Are similar figures the same?**

Similar figures have the same shape (but not necessarily the same size) and the following properties: Corresponding sides are proportional. That is, the ratios of the corresponding sides are equal.

**What does it mean to say figured?**

Figured is also an informal way to say thought, concluded, or had the opinion. Therefore, this expression is fairly literal. It means, “What I thought is the same as what really happened.” This meaning of figure can also be seen in the expression to figure something out.

## What is a similar figure in maths?

Two figures are said to be similar if they are the same shape. In more mathematical language, two figures are similar if their corresponding angles are congruent , and the ratios of the lengths of their corresponding sides are equal.

### What is meant by similar in maths?

adjective. showing resemblance in qualities, characteristics, or appearance; alike but not identical. geometry (of two or more figures) having corresponding angles equal and all corresponding sides in the same ratioCompare congruent (def. 2) maths (of two classes) equinumerous.

**How do you reference figures in text?**

All figures and tables must be mentioned in the text (a “callout”) by their number. Do not refer to the table/figure using either “the table above” or “the figure below.” Assign table/figure # in the order as it appears, numbered consecutively, in your paper – not the figure # assigned to it in its original resource.

**What does figure mean in math?**

A figure is a particular amount expressed as a number, especially a statistic. A figure is any of the ten written symbols from 0 to 9 that are used to represent a number.

## What is similarity math?

Two figures are said to be similar if they are the same shape. In more mathematical language, two figures are similar if their corresponding angles are congruent , and the ratios of the lengths of their corresponding sides are equal. This common ratio is called the scale factor .

### When can we say that two figures are similar?

Two figures are considered to be “similar figures” if they have the same shape, congruent corresponding angles (meaning the angles in the same places of each shape are the same) and equal scale factors. Equal scale factors mean that the lengths of their corresponding sides have a matching ratio.

**What’s another way to say I figured?**

What is another word for figured?

conjectural | academic |
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guessing | guesstimated |

ideational | postulational |

reputed | surmising |

suspect | uncertain |

**Is saying I figured as much rude?**

For example, “I figured as much” is a perfectly legitimate response to “It took me an hour to get here.” Thank you, cycloneviv.

## What is the meaning of figured?

Figured is also an informal way to say thought, concluded, or had the opinion. Therefore, this expression is fairly literal. It means, “What I thought is the same as what really happened.” This meaning of figure can also be seen in the expression to figure something out.

### Is it better to have two pictures of the same figure?

Still, it is plain better to have the other figure differ – if only in emphasis. Underline other elements, emphasize descriptions, crop – if it’s to illustrate a different thing, it can illustrate it differently, mention the changed emphasis in description, and have the two be two different pictures. Share Improve this answer

**What does the expression as much is the same mean?**

One of the definitions of as much is the same. Figured is also an informal way to say thought, concluded, or had the opinion. Therefore, this expression is fairly literal. It means, “What I thought is the same as what really happened.” This meaning of figure can also be seen in the expression to figure something out.

**What does it mean to figure something out?**

This meaning of figure can also be seen in the expression to figure something out. Other meanings of figure include working out a mathematical equation and to picture in one’s mind.