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# Similar Polygons and Scale Factors

## Polygons with the same shape, but not necessarily the same size.

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## Similar Polygons and Scale Factors

This concept teaches students what similar polygons are and how to use scale factors to solve for missing information in similar polygons.
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## Similar Polygons and Scale Factors: Washington Monument Model

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## Socrates' Square

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## Fractal Snowflake

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## Similar Polygons and Scale Factors Principles

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## Similar Polygons and Scale Factors Examples

This video shows how to work step-by-step through one or more of the examples in Similar Polygons and Scale Factors.
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## Similar Polygons and Scale Factors Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Similar Polygons and Scale Factors.
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## Super Models

Learn how engineers use scale models to test their designs before they turn them into reality.
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## Crazy Quilt

Find out how similar triangles are used in quilting.
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